[ILUG-BOM] Regarding accessing public ip in lan
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Wed Oct 13 23:52:06 IST 2010
On Wednesday 13 October 2010 10:27 AM, Dattatray Kamble wrote:
> I have public ip's range 118.y.y.1 - 118.y.y.5
> Squid is running on 118.y.y.1 ( eth1 )& 192.x.x.1 ( eth0 )
> My vsftpd is running on 192.y.y.5 in internal lan.
> Now i want to use one of my public ip 118.y.y.2, for accessing vsftpd from
These are your earlier statements....
"Internet ---> Proxy (Squid) ------> FTP server
" I want to configure ftp to different public ip other than squid's
public ip. "
" If i apply DNAT rule then i can access the vsftpd system locally with public ip.but i can't access the system on lan.."
"this 118.x.x.x is no where assigned in the network so where should i apply port forwarding if no ethernet card available for that ip."
" It's the Public IP pool provided from ISP. The IP's not configured
anywhere in the network. "
"If any request coming towards 118.y.y.y with port XXXX should forwarded
to 192.x.x.x with port XXXX. [This was already your solution]
I want to assign above rule through iptables. But i don't want to configure the public ip for vsftpd anywhere. "
"I have public ip's range 118.y.y.1 - 118.y.y.5 Squid is running on 118.y.y.1 ( eth1 )& 192.x.x.1 ( eth0 )
My vsftpd is running on 192.y.y.5 in internal lan. Now i want to use one of my public ip 118.y.y.2, for accessing vsftpd from
Go through the above statements and see what a mess you made with your query.
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