Hi all! I've got a 1760 router which uses port forwarding (25, 80 and 443) for my internal network services. If, let's say, I try to open a FTP connection on the router, of course the connection will be refused. Is there a way to make the router DROP the packets instead of rejecting them? My Linux iptables configurations drop packets who fail the firewall test, so I would like the router to perform that behavior.
Commands for port forwarding:
ip nat inside source static tcp 10.10.0.1 80 int f0/0 80 (these work fine)
Thanks for the fast reply, I issued the command and when, let's say, I try to open a FTP connection to the router (which should be refused), I get an ICMP message back. I don't want to receive a message back. Here's the releavant part of my config:
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