Subject: Re: NAT in one direction, passing packets in the other
To: Steve Bellovin <email@example.com>
From: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/28/2004 09:55:50
On Mon, 27 Sep 2004, Steve Bellovin wrote:
> Internet -- GWa ----------GWb---------
> | |
> host1 host2
> GWa is a commercial "router" (i.e., a NAT box + hub), which I'll some
> day replace with NetBSD on a Soekris or some such. GWb runs NetBSD 2.0beta.
> On GWb, there are rules permitting host2 access to a few ports and machines
> on the Internet. All that works just fine. The problem is that I want to
> be able to ssh from host1 to host2. That isn't working properly, at
> least not when I tried the obvious 'map' command going back in the
> other direction. Any sgugestions?
If GWb is a NAT machine too (i.e. two levels of NAT), you need "rdr", not
"map". If not, you might be missing some ipf rules -- mind posting
ipf.conf and ipnat.conf from GWb?
(Ewww. I hate typing those three letters together. Could you give the
machine a name, too? <chuckle>)
-- Todd Vierling <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>