[Firewall] using host names
Arno van Amersfoort
arnova at rocky.eld.leidenuniv.nl
Thu Apr 18 17:19:29 CEST 2013
Unfortunately using dynamic host names is not possible with forwarding,
assuming that your IPs are not fixed.
As a workaround you either need to restart the whole firewall (from a
cron job) or create a seperate script that handles this (again called by
a cron job)....
On 04/16/2013 01:37 AM, Randy wrote:
> Thanks for a great firewall.
> Is it possable to use host names instead of ip's to foward ports?
> I have a machine set up an an external firewall. I use your script for
> the firewall. This machine also does NAT, chache DyDNS, Routing, and
> DHCP. I receintly enabled the dynamic dns and removed a lot of the
> statically assigned ip's.
> I do need to be able to forward a couple of ports to some of these
> formaly static machines.
> Something like NAT_FORWARD_TCP="12764>somehost"
> In the future I want to do the same thing for dmz
> If it ain't broke tweek it
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