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comment Iptables, NAT: avoiding limit on max number of requests per IP by using multiple IPs
I forgot the -j SNAT option, thanks for reminding me. I've put up the updated version of the command I'm using. Also, doing round robin on a single range of IPs is an useful suggestion, I will consider this option in the final solution. Anyway, I would still like to drop requests when the limit is reached, auto-limiting my client's ability to connect to the outside server, so my ideal situation would be a rule (or a set of rules) that match under the limit, and a final rule that matches over the limit and drops packets
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