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[DeleGate-En] Route option...???
21 Dec 1999 23:12:15 GMT "Valery Maltsev" <ptmbabdyi-bfkmicgwn63r.ml@ml.delegate.org>
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Hi All,

I need to redirect all traffic from one server to another...can i do it with "route" option ?
Let me describe my situation more closely...

I have firewall with two interfaces. I.e. local network 192.168.0.1 and public 194.220.0.1.
And I have another server with two interfaces 212.12.0.1 and 212.12.0.2 both public...
I need to redirect all traffic from 192.168.0.1 to 212.12.0.1...
I mean if user from local network (i.e. 192.168.0.10) wanna connect to www.freebsd.com
the request must pass throught 212.12.0.1 and only after that go to www.freebsd.com
but in my case (now) the request will go directly to www.freebsd.com
because the 194.220.0.1 interface public and all connections on 192.168.0.1 after NAT go directly to public internet...

NOW:    [192.168.0.10] -> [192.168.0.1 -> NAT -> 194.220.0.1] -> www.freebsd.org
                    user                                server1                                                                server2
NEED:    [192.168.0.10] -> [192.168.0.1 -> NAT -> 194.220.0.1] -> public inet -> [212.12.0.1 -> 212.12.0.2] -> www.freebsd.org

This servers are in different places and different networks (10 hops between)...
I tried to use Socks5 but it not the cure, because I need to redirect ALL traffic on ALL ports and ALL protocols...

Can somebody help me ?

Thank you in advance,

va'Lery.


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