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INCOMING smtp forward

Posted on 2007-03-21
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OS Windows NT 4 SP 6A, CheckPoint Firewall-1 4.1.

I need a rule to FORWARD incoming SMTP to another server, another port.

BEST REGARDS.
ARTUR
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Do you have an Address Translation Tab in 4.1?  Can you not create a Static NAT to the Server?
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NAT is already defined. SMTP SERVER -> 192.168.0.77 NAT STATIC to 200.250.68.131

and route 200.250.68.131 to 192.168.0.77.

Mail Server IP = 192.168.0.77

I want to redirect incoming SMTP port 25 to 192.168.0.97 (ChoiceMail Antispam Server) port 25
 
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I'm not exactly sure what the interface looks like in 4.1 but in NG and above it's done like this: Put the new Manual NAT rules above the existing rules and make it only apply to smtp traffic.

Source: Any | Dest: 200.250.68.131 | Service: smtp  TRANSLATE TO: Source: Original | Dest: 192.168.0.97 | Service: Original

Source: 192.168.0.97 | Dest: Any  | Service: smtp  TRANSLATE TO: Source: 200.250.68.131 | Dest: Original | Service: Original

Source: Any | Dest: 200.250.68.131 | Service: any  TRANSLATE TO: Source: Original | Dest: 192.168.0.77 | Service: Original

Source: 192.168.0.77 | Dest: Any  | Service: any  TRANSLATE TO: Source: 200.250.68.131 | Dest: Original | Service: Original
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artur_dietrich,  
  Did you get this to work?
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