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Modifying destination address with NAT ???

I know with nat we can statically change the source address. Does anyone know a way to change the destination address. Say, any request destined to a certain ip address be modified to be sent to a different ip address, through nat or any other way that this may be done ?

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Re: Modifying destination address with NAT ???

I don't sure this is the answer that you find ..

Tproxy on linux OS is the program that change the destination ip/port to another.. for more information please go www.transproxy,nlc.net.au

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Re: Modifying destination address with NAT ???

NAT can be configured to provide that functionality.

Take a look at this : http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/556/3.html

Depending on your requirements, you can implement as much or as little of this as you need.

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Re: Modifying destination address with NAT ???

Oops, wrong page try: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/556/3.html

The Summary section at the bottom sums up what happens where with the NAT translations.

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