Destination NAT from web interface

Forums Network Management Request a new feature Destination NAT from web interface

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    Our LAN has internal web server and mail server.
    I configured ZeroShell (menu “Router”->”Virtual Server”) to forward all requests on 80, 443 and 25 ports to internal IP address.
    I think I configured SNAT, but I want DNAT to be able to see visitors IP addresses.
    Is it possible to add this ability to ZeroShell?

    P.S. Maybe I can add something like

    /sbin/iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING … -J DNAT –to-destination …

    to startup via menu “Setup”->”Startup” ?

    Thanks in advance


    The Virtual Server already works by using DNAT. Try with the 1.0.beta7 release and you will see the real source IP of the packets.



    Thank you very much for reply

    It’s my fault.
    I made a mistake when I configured LAN interface as a “NAT Enabled Interfaces”.
    Today I removed it from that list (menu “Router”->”NAT”) and I can see every visitors IP.

    I think it’s better to remove this thread

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