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debian gateway using iptables

I am having problems setting up a debian gateway server. My goal: Having eth1 the WAN interface. Having eth0 the LAN interface. Allow both ports 22 (SSH) and 80 (HTTP) accessed from the outside ...
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Can iptables be used to convert a single-homed host into a NAT server?

I have an Internet-enabled machine, HostA, with one NIC. I have another machine, HostB, with one NIC that is not Internet-enabled. I would like HostB to be able to share HostA's Internet-connection. ...
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IP tables gateway

I am trying to make an iptables gateway. I ordered 3 dedicated server from my hosting company all with dual nics. One server has been given all the ip addresses and is connected directly to the ...
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Load-balancing: response packets not routed - iptables

I have a problem with iptables. I'm trying to setup a load balancer between 2 uplinks. I can mark packets and connections, use ip rule to choose routing table (so changing the gateway). But, when I ...
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1answer
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Gateway on a virtual network interface used by LXC guests

I'm currently having some problems with configuring a gateway for a virtual network interface. Here is what I've done : I created a virtual network interface : # brctl addbr lxc0 # brctl setfd lxc0 ...
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Iptables port mapping from two PCs to one

We have 3 PCs, two of it are connected to internet (both of it have 2 NIC) PC1: eth0 - 1.0.0.1 (external IP) eth1 - 172.16.0.1 (internal IP) PC2: eth0 - 1.0.0.2 (external IP) eth1 - 172.16.0.2 ...
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Using my previous desktop computer as custom ubuntu router, will throughput be high?

I'm going to be redoing my home network soon and am thinking of using a dedicated ubuntu machine to use as the router/firewall as well as being a web server, nas (media file server), dns, wifi, and ...
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Rackspace Firewall/Gateway Setup

I have rackspace account and wish to have this sort of setup: Firewall/Gateway eth0 - Public IP (56.X.X.X) eth1 - Private IP (10.X.X.X) Ubuntu 10.10. Accepts connections from the internet and ...