I've been researching over the net on how to do this with no results. Everytime I thought I'd figured it out. It didn't work. So now I've come to my last straw of asking my question here.
I'm currently running a Linux RH6.1 Kernel 2.2.12. I can ping my internal eth1 of 192.168.10.100 and I can ping my external eth0 of w.x.y.z. I can also ping my FTP server of 192.168.10.200. My Problem is I need to keep the FTP server on the internal side of the firewall, and I'm unable to access the FTP Server via port 21. I am aware that the FTP server also has port 20 so just in case I made that routable too. I even relaxed my Firewall rules just to make sure, and lowered it all to just the basic IP Masq'ing.
Is there anyone out there who can point me to a how-to, or something else that might work. I've tried the IP-CHAINS, IP-MASQ HOW-TO's with no luck. I've only noted that for a 2.0 Kernel I need a patch ,which the Howto mentions, on an FTP server for Fred Viles, but it never mentions where the FTP server is, and that's only for a 2.0 Kernel.
Someone please help me in this bind. I greatly Appreciate all help. Thank you.