I want to prevent direct access of my Windows Machine and want to expose some programs running on it via my Linux Machine (which again is accessible by a Public IP).
Is there a way where-in I can configure my Linux Machine (say IP =
a.b.c.d) to route all the
UDP traffic which it gets at a specific port (say
6667) to my Windows Machine (say IP =
e.f.g.h) at port
Is yes, how can I implement it?
# bindadress bindport connectaddress connectport 192.168.2.45 6667 192.168.2.104 6668 # logging information logfile /var/log/rinetd.log # uncomment the following line if you want web-server style logfile format logcommon ~
I wish to route
UDP traffic only.