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Hello Experts:

I need some assistance allowing terminal services through our firewall:

ETH0- 10.102.1.x
ETH1- 10.103.1.x

Terminal Server 10.102.1.90

Terminal Server uses tcp port 3389

So, Im assuming that outbound client connections are in the dynamic range of 1024:65535

So, if i have a client in the 10.103.1.x network, what would the chains look like?  Default policy is DENY Everything
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ipchains -A forward -s 10.103.1.0/24 1024: -d 10.102.1.90 3389 -j ACCEPT

ipchains -A forward -s 10.102.1.90 3389 -d 10.103.1.0/24 1024: -j ACCEPT
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works like a champ...thanks
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sorry, thought I graded this question.
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