I've got a few PicoBSD machiens sitting around in
various places providing dial up and nat functionality
for some small office LANs.
I'm using a command line like:
ppp -ddial -alias dialup
to provide the PPP link and NAT tot eh internet for
users behind the Pico box.
A question I have is is there a way to redirect hits
coming into the external interface (PPP) on a specific
port to a machine on the internal network(ie:
Is this possible using ppp or will I have to user the
natd that (I think?) is on the picoBSD net disk.
Is this possible?
If natd can be used can I just use the current NATd
manpage for options or do I have to look at a specific
version of the page?
Finally, is there another option to using a picobsd
floppy? I want to get away from using a harddrive if
at all possible. A CD-ROM version of Pico or
something would be OK.
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