[Linux-PowerEdge] accees iDrac's console on LAN from the Internet
boutilpj at ednet.ns.ca
Sun Sep 25 06:51:33 CDT 2016
On 09/25/2016 06:02 AM, lejeczek wrote:
> On 23/09/16 00:13, Patrick Boutilier wrote:
>> On 09/22/2016 04:12 PM, lejeczek wrote:
>>> is this possible?
>>> forwarding 5900 port both for upd & tcp does not do the
>> Only need TCP. Ports 5900, and 5901.
> I now have both ports, also just in case both TCP & udp - it does not work.
> I take pick with nmap - says port is closed, so opened, no filtering,
> good, but nothing is listening.
> I deployed these rule:
> -A PREROUTING -s remote.public.IP.x -d firewall.public.IP.x -i em3 -p
> TCP -m multiport --dports 5900 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.2.30:5900
> for both ports & protocols. I also, naturally, forward 443 for https.
> I even check if nating on my remote.public.IP might help, similar rules,
> but it did not.
Is it being blocked in FORWARD ? You might also need something like:
-I FORWARD -p tcp -m multiport -s remote.public.IP.x -d 192.168.2.30
--dports 443,5900,5901 -j ACCEPT
If that still doesn't work tcpdump the traffic when you try to connect
and see if traffic is travelling both ways.
>>> would you know what NAT has to take care of in order to get
>>> me to my iDrac6?
>>> many thanks
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