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How to disable NAT for IPv6 (NAT66)?

The current Ubuntu LTS does not support NAT tables for IPv6 (i.e. there is no ip6tables -t nat), and I'm fine with that, in fact, a NAT-less environment is the "core" of my networks. But, the next ...
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How to do NAT from server with USB 3G modem internet access?

Firstly, apologize me for confusing you guys with the tittle. I'm learning Ubuntu Server at my school (currently: configuring NAT, and DNS server). Sometime, I need to practice things which my master ...
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Foraward Traffic from local machine to proxy server using iptables

I am using Ubuntu Server 12.04. My IP is 192.168.4.160. I want to route the HTTP traffic generated locally from my system destined to a particular URL (say x.x.x.x) to pass through proxy server. My ...
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Network translation related - Linux Ubuntu 12.04

I have nat problem. Step 1: I have two machines (192.168.100.128) and other (192.168.100.129). They have a default gateway as 192.168.100.1. Step 2:I have another machine that has an IP of ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 LXC nat prerouting not working

I have a running Debian Wheezy setup I copied exactly to an Ubuntu 12.04 ( elementary OS, used as desktop as well ) While the Debian setup runs flawlessly, the Ubuntu version dies on the prerouting ...
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NAT forwarding not working

I tried to set up forwarding from eth0 to wlan0 in ubuntu: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward iptables -t nat -F iptables -F iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -A ...
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redirect traffic from 2 Ubuntu external NICs to specific internal hosts

I am having problems redirecting incoming traffic to 2 external facing interfaces on my Ubuntu 12.10 server to 2 separate internal hosts. I am able to redirect incoming traffic on my eth0 just fine to ...
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Log destination IP with iptables

I want to log destination IP addresses in my Ubuntu router. I have two network cards eth0 - 10.0.101.254 eth1 - 10.0.101.253 10.0.101.254 is the GW for all hosts on my network. The router ...