[Shorewall-devel] port forwarding and use of ORIGINAL DEST - FAQ #1D and #2B

Paul Gear paul at gear.dyndns.org
Sun May 22 13:23:46 PDT 2005


Tom Eastep wrote:
> Ian! D. Allen wrote:
> 
>>Tom Eastep wrote:
>>
>>>Tried to access any external FTP servers from your local LAN lately?
>>>I'll bet that they all seem to have exactly the same content as your own
>>>server :-)
>>
>>Indeed they do.  I missed that.  That's why we pay you the big bucks!  :-)
>>
>>We need to add a note explaining this good stuff into the FAQ - unless
>>you've already explained this somewhere and I missed it?
>>
> 
> 
> I don't believe that it is explained in the FAQ -- OTOH, the FAQ is getting
> pretty large and it certainly isn't feasible to explain everything about
> Shorewall in that single document.

Perhaps using something like FAQ-O-Matic or a FAQ wiki would make
maintenance easier.  What think y'all?

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