Re: udp and tcp forwarding

Yes; that's what publishing rules are for...
 
Steve
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From: Jim Harrison [mailto:jim@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
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Yes; that's what publishing rules are for...
 
 Jim Harrison
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        From: Greg Mulholland <mailto:gmulholland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  
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        Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 12:44 AM
        Subject: [isalist] udp and tcp forwarding

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        Hey there
         
        Im having some trouble at the moment, forwarding udp and tcp
port 8602 to an internal address.
         
        I have created two packet filters for both inbound tcp and udp,
I have aso created protocol definitions for them both. Is the only way
to to this by creating two publishing rules for these two protocols.
         
        Thanks in advance
         
        Greg
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