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  • Server A: FreeBSD 10 - IP:
  • Server B: FreeBSD 9 - IP:

Both servers use pf.conf.

Desired result:

I want server A to be able to get web access (port 80) via server B over a specific port (ex: 3333). How would one accomplish that in the easiest possible way? Is it possible to do this by just changing pf.conf on server B?

Any hands on examples will be greatly appreciated.

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Do you need any more information? – Kaah Jul 14 '14 at 23:39
Your sample IP numbers don't give any hint about network configuration. Are they on the same subnet, is one routing for the other or is there a router. – arved Jul 18 '14 at 9:17
And Don't ask the same question twice.… – arved Jul 18 '14 at 9:18

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