I'm looking to set up port forwarding to forward incoming traffic to different internal machines depending on its source IP address. Unfortunately the ports that will be used are not static and therefore it cannot be port based.
Is this possible? The current solution is no good as I am just forwarding everything that comes in on an interface to one internal machine.
So I have 2 machines sending traffic from the outside which I need to be port forwarded to 2 different addesses on the inside. All have fixed IP addresses
So if a.a.a.0 is the external network range, and b.b.b.0 is my internal, i need traffic from a.a.a.1 coming into my external interface address and to be forwarded on to b.b.b.1, and from a.a.a.2 to be forwarded to b.b.b.2. So I need the port forwarding to be based on the source address.
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