Trying to setup NAT. What does this supposed to mean, which file ?
/etc/rc.d# ip route add nat $DUMMY via $REAL
RTNETLINK answers: File exists
Here's the setup:
The Linux Box has 2 NIC's eth0:External and eth1:Internal, it also has an
aliased IP on eth0:1
I am attempting to use NAT to forward the IP on eth0:1 to an internal IP
address using the following:
ip route add nat 24.x.x.x via 192.168.1.x
Every time I try this I get the following:
RTNETLINK error: file exists
I have also tried forwarding the IP on eth0 and got the same error.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What I am trying to do is forward one of our external IP's to an internal
It already works if I use IPMasq forwarding for the http port, but
unfortunately we also want to be able to get to this site from inside as
well, thus the NAT solution.