I am hoping that I have found the right area to pose this question/scenario. I currently have a small LAN, with a Linux Redhat 7.2 box set up as a gateway. Behind my gateway I have several pcs, with the main one running win98. The pcs behind my gateway run on ip addresses I have assigned to them (i.e. 192.168.X.X). The gateway box itself has two nics, with one being assigned via DHCP and the other being assigned an internal gateway address. Everything is working fine, EXCEPT when I try and connect to my company intranet MS Excange Server via SecuRemote (Checkpoint software). I have tried every possible config in the Linux firewall settings I can think of, and have researched the heck out of this to no avail.Apparently SecuRemote uses UDP on port 259, TCP 264/265, UDP 500. Unfortunately none of these configs work, and the only way I can get connected to the server is if I disconnect my LINUX box and hook my win98 pc directly to my modem. Surely there is a way to do this? I am using firestarter as an interface to my firewall...
Thanks for any advice, and sorry for the verbose message!