Port Forwarding using Iptables and the Command Shell

Discussion in 'Sveasoft Firmware' started by jfred79, Aug 1, 2004.

  1. jfred79

    jfred79 Guest

    Ok, I read once how to do this but I am unable to find the forum that it was on. I have searched and have dome up empty.

    Here is what I am trying to do:
    I have about 20+ ports I need to forward to various systems on my network. Obviously, I am in need of more forwarding options than what I have availible through the web interface.

    I would still like to be able to use the 13 availbe entries via the web interface as well as using the shell to add any additional entries.

    Would it be possible for some nice person to post an example of how I would go about doing this? Basically a file that will show all needed commands and anything that I will change like ips and ports.

    I assume that once I have this file and edit it with the ports and ips I need I can then paste it in the cmd shell and select save startup, please let me know if this is correct.

    I really appreciate any assistance that anyone has to offer.
  2. ralexpdx

    ralexpdx Guest

    Still no answer?

    I really need to do a bunch of port forwards too. I have 6 computers on my LAN and each run various services that I need access to from outside. I used up all the built-in slots and only got through about half of the ones I needed. I'm like the guy in another post, I'd pay $10 for firmware that allowed unlimited port forwarding.
  3. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

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