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 RE: NAT and M$ 'Zone.com'
Author: Noah Case 
Date:   28-08-00 21:18

This basically tells the system to use ed1 interface as the NATD interface. And rediect to the port you desire.

you will need to edit the natd.conf file you have made and have the changes reflect something like this;


interface ed1
redirect_port tcp 192.168.xxx.xxx:6667 6667
redirect_port tcp 192.168.xxx.xxx:28800 28800

And so on. Save the file and reload the natd program. (reboot) if you do not know how to kill and reload.

Noah



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 RE: NAT and M$ 'Zone.com'   new
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