Re: Port forwarding to a remote host AND local processing on redhat linux
- From: Jeff B <jbeard_No-SpAm_1185@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2006 10:09:05 -0700
this kind of thing is solved with Proxy solutions, but there's big questions as to WHY one would attempt this data flow. The connection to the client-server imply atomic processing. IF you need some kind of 'back-end' support, it would normally be an extract or secondary process from the original server. Simple dual-logging would be straight from the proxy.
So again, what are you trying to do?
I use kernel 2.4.x.
My requirement is to do port forwarding to a remote host AND to process
I tried using iptables for port forwarding. It works. But I can't
packets locally as well i.e. I need to pass these packets to a local
for further processing in addition to remote host forwarding.
Any other tips other than using iptables?
Thanks for the help.
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