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> What Are The Ip Addresses Of Remote (inbound) Conn, What to know IP addresses of all connect
nvizier
post Dec 16 2004, 11:10 AM
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I hope this is the right forum for this; if not I apologize. I have a computer behind a Nat linux box with a firewall/forwarding script. I have TCPView running on the computer behind the nat all the time. The port forwarded I have forwarded to the Nat box working properly. All remote connections show on my computer behind the Nat show the public IP address of the Nat linux box and not their true IP addresses.

I even logon to the linux box and it shows no connections with netstat - i guess it passes through to the port forwarded computer. Is there a switch I need to put in the script to find out the real ip addresses and not the public address of my local nat machine? I don't like the idea that remote connections to my computer are virtually anonymous.
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