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  • in reply to: nat reflection #45401
    endre
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    yes of course you can do that if you know iptables.. it’s just a matter of checkbox versus 3 lines and years of using iptables. i’m sure you have time for it if you’re a net admin.

    in reply to: nat reflection #45399
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    yes, pfsense and monowall have those features, maybe they ended up naming it like that

    behaviour: when you are on the lan side and you try to make a connection to one of your wan ip’s … you will get squat…
    nat reflection fixes this, now i don’t really remember if zeroshell behaved like this or not…

    one thing though… even with this, the source ip of the connection is still your lan ip, this would be a pain in the a.. if you are hosting a bittorrent tracker 🙂

    nonetheless it is still a good thing to be able to open for example, the webserver on your pc by opening http://wan.ip.wan.ip/ instead of http://localhost

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