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Re: ipnat on same interface?
> not sure whether you're talking ipf or pf here,
ipf + ipnat. Sorry for the confusion.
> but I suspect it's the same answer for both - you can't do NAT in both
> directions on the same interface.
OK. It might be that it turns out to be logically "impossible". Fair
> There apparently is a method to set up this by bouncing traffic via
> lo0 but I've only seen it mentioned as an aside without details, sorry
Ack. Someone else mentioned creating a tap0, which sounds more enticing.
> routing Internet traffic via lo0 is an ... interesting ... security
> position as well ... :)
> How much traffic are you talking about through this host?
Very little (at least, that's the intention ... ;-).
> If it's fairly minimal, you may want to look at other
> application-level proxying solutions, such as inetd+netcat or
That's an interesing track. Thanks for the hint!
> or a web-based reverse proxy (squid is probably too heavy weight for
> this, but there are other tools that are out there)
(This is non-web UDP service, so I assume squid is not a preferable
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