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comment Centos port redirection
The <myip> is a publicly accessible IP address. Both computers are on separate network and can access each other by the internet. Is this ok?
Nov
27
comment Centos port redirection
I've tried this, but it doesn't appear when I run this command: sudo /sbin/iptables -t nat -n -L. Also it isn't working. Did I do something else wrong? The problem remains the same after your command.
Nov
27
comment Centos port redirection
Yes, I'v tested the cat... and it's ok, it is enabled. My redirection target is actually accessible through <myip>. It hangs only when I try to access it through the machine that is doing the forwarding. The DNS can't be an issue in this case, because I am using IP addresses. I will try the traceroute. Thanks!
Nov
27
comment Centos port redirection
ip_forward is enabled, but what is the FORWARD rule? It isn't what I've added to my post? <myip> does accept SSH connections. Actual addresses? What do you mean by this? How to detect if I have asynchronous routing issues?
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