- drop obsolete and outdated manual inclusion of rpm macros
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1# Linux NAT configuration file
2[host]
3# NAT gateway address
7a41b38d 4ip = 172.16.98.2
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7a41b38d 6# or ip = 172.16.98.2/24
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7
8# enable configuration; disabled by default for security reasons
9#configport = 33445
10
11# VMnet device if not specified on command line
12device = /dev/vmnet8
13
14# Allow PORT/EPRT FTP commands (they need incoming TCP stream...)
15activeFTP = 1
16
17# Allows the source to have any OUI. Turn this one if you change the OUI
18# in the MAC address of your virtual machines.
19#allowAnyOUI = 1
20
21[udp]
22# Timeout in seconds, 0 = no timeout, default = 60; real value might
23# be up to 100% longer
24timeout = 60
25
26[incomingtcp]
27# Use these with care - anyone can enter into your VM through these...
28
29# FTP (both active and passive FTP is always enabled)
30# ftp localhost 8887
7a41b38d 31#8887 = 172.16.98.128:21
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32
33# WEB (make sure that if you are using named webhosting, names point to
34# your host, not to guest... And if you are forwarding port other
35# than 80 make sure that your server copes with mismatched port
36# number in Host: header)
37# lynx http://localhost:8888
7a41b38d 38#8888 = 172.16.98.128:80
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39
40# SSH
41# ssh -p 8889 root@localhost
7a41b38d 42#8889 = 172.16.98.128:22
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43
44[incomingudp]
45# UDP port forwarding example
7a41b38d 46#6000 = 172.16.98.128:6001
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