Hi David -

At 09:30 12/26/2006, David Gibbs wrote:
Ken Sims wrote:
> To do a port forward to the same system, use -j REDIRECT rather than -j
> DNAT, e.g. -j REDIRECT --to-ports 5222

Tried that ... but it doesn't seem to have any effect.

Are there any other rules I need to make the REDIRECT target work?

You're going to need INPUT and OUTPUT rules with -j ACCEPT to allow port 5222 as a destination port and source port respectively.

If you're still having problems, I recommend adding logging rules temporarily.

Ken


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