In pfSense, is there a way to receive traffic on the WAN interface (incoming from the Internet) on a certain TCP port and redirect it out to an external IP? At work where I use the pfSense box, the ISP provides a service that is only available through their clients, but not from the public Internet. I'd like to be able to reach it from my home system (preferably restricted by firewall rules). In the past, I've run a Windows-based TCP bouncer (RelayTCP) that effectively did the same thing, though it wasn't very efficient or secure.
Since installing pfSense a month ago, it's done everything else that I could think of. I'm hoping it can do this too!
Sorry if this is a common topic, but all my testing and searching couldn't find a solution.
jimp Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate
Not easily, but you can get the same effect, more securely, by using a VPN. Setup OpenVPN, route your traffic for that site through the VPN tunnel, and you should be able to access it from the firewall's IP that way since you'll get NAT applied outbound. (Should be fairly automatic on 2.0)
PPTP would also work for the same effect.