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Re: ipchains



Hmmm, 

This is something I've not tried yet.  What you want is a Virtual
Private Network connection (VPN).  I think that reading the
VPN-HOWTO would be helpful for this problem.

HTH,
L.G.

On Fri, 13 Oct 2000, Kuokai Shyu wrote:

> Hi:
> 
> I have a question regarding the ipchains' rules.
> I need to have a tcp/ip connection (port 5989) from an outside machine to
> a server (192.168.2.200) on a specific port (5989) inside our LAN
> behind a firewall. The firewall has an external interface (eth0) and
> internal interface(eth1).
> 
> What input/output ipchains rule  should I append?
> Do I have to open a port (5989) in the /etc/services?
> And how do I do that?
> 
> Thanks in advances.
> 
> Kuokai
> 
> 
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