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SubjectRe: ip_nat_ftp and different ports
On Sun, 3 Dec 2000, Martin Josefsson wrote:

> On Sun, 3 Dec 2000, Taco IJsselmuiden wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm having trouble masquerading ftp-ports other than 20/21.
> > For some service i'm using, i need to masquerade port 42,43,62,63 for FTP
> > (I know it's weird...).
> > Now, when using 2.2.x kernels i could use
> > 'insmod ip_masq_ftp ports=21,41,42,62,63'
> > but using 2.4.0-testx the 'ports=' parameter doesn't seem to work for
> > ip_nat_ftp.
> > Is there any other param I should use (couldn't find it in the docs ;(( )
>
> There is a ftp-multi patch that you can apply to get this working
>
> download iptables-1.2 and run 'make patch-o-matic' and apply the ftp-multi
> patch and recompile the ftp module... you're done.
hmm... iptables-1.2 ?
I can only find iptables-1.1.2 (netfilter.filewatcher.org,
netfilter.kernelnotes.org)...
Where could I find 1.2 then ??

I'm running 1.1.2 right now, actually, which should have the 'ftp-multi
patch for non-standard ftp servers'...

Greetz,
Taco.
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