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Old 17th January 2010, 15:57
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Hello there,

i have a rootserver with 4 external ip adresses.
On the server is ispconfig3 installed an configured.
An vmware2 server with virtual machines is also installed.
How can i configure the bastille firewall script from ispconfig3 to enable nat from an external ip to an internal ip of a virtual machine?
On the rootserver ubuntu 9.10 is installed.
Can anyone help me with my problem?

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Old 17th January 2010, 20:19
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The bastille firewall does not support that. So it might be better to simply not enable the firewall in ispconfig and use another firewall instead or the solution that I would use personally is a extrenal router which does NAT.
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