Re: iptables and NAT

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On Wednesday 26 January 2011 01:06 AM, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Tuesday, January 25, 2011 02:28:15 pm Jatin K did opine:
>> On Tuesday 25 January 2011 10:44 PM, Tim wrote:
>>> On Wed, 2011-01-26 at 01:13 +1030, Tim wrote:
>>>> Then, you've got several things to think about:
>>> Another one:  Does your ISP block remote access to port 80.
>> no they do not .... I'm very sure about that
> It is far more common than the uninformed "experts" such as you think.
> They block only the incoming port 80's so that if Joe&  Judy Lunchbucket
> want a web page, they have to use the ISP's servers, which the ISP then
> wraps in advertising for additional revenue.
I previously said that ..if I remove the firewall ....all the things 
works fine ... without any problem

I don't think there is any problem regarding my ISP

BTW .. I surprised that this kind of things/action can be take by the ISP

> Don't believe it?, then try<>
> Nothing, it is blocked.  No ISP will admit to it because it would cost them
> their 'common carrier' status at the FCC. I'll leave it to you to figure
> out how to get around that block.  There is a machine there, this one.
>>> I forgot about that, lots of ISPs do that.

   ^ ^  Jatin Khatri
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