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If I have a linux system (Onenlinux, using 2.0.35 kernel) connected to the internet  how can I set it up to forward incomming packets on a specified UDp port to a system on the LAN?  TCP packets are currently being forwarded with redir, but it does not support UDP
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You will need ipportfw module for this to work, if you still having problems read Linux IP Masquerade HOWTO.

ipportfw -C
ipportfw -A -t (External_Network_IP)/80 -R (Local_Net_IP)/80
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