<< | Thread Index | >> ]    [ << | Date Index | >> ]

Subject: RE: options config...
From: Amith Varghese <amith,AT,xalan,DOT,com>
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 19:34:06 +0100
In-reply-to: <7DB0958915FDD611961400A0C98F18460BCE66@WINTRIX.thermeon.com>

>       Of course, if you have static IP addresses or ports you can assign,
> then you can use those.  For instance, if the NAT/Firewall has a static IP
> address, you can use port forwarding to forward, say, port 999 to Linux A.
> Then you can use the IP address of the firewall with port 999 for Linux B's
> peer setting:

Ok, thanks for confirming this.  Also thanks to all those who replied.  I 
one more question.

I have the following setup as stated before in my last message

Linux A--------NAT/Firewall---| Internet |-----------Linux B

Linux A has an internal IP address of  The NAT/Firewall is set 
so that all packets going to a particular IP (lets say gets NATed to 
Linux A.  So based on what everyone is telling me, I should set Linux 
B's "peer" setting as  If that is the case what should be Linux 
A's "me" setting ( or or


<< | Thread Index | >> ]    [ << | Date Index | >> ]