Port forwarding using shell?
I've been looking in multiple places but can't seem to find anything. But is there a way to port forward using the Shell interface rather than the GUI?
And also using a different port, so forwarding port 2222 for port 22 on machine 192.168.0.10?
Is there any help page that I can go to in order to find this information.
Thanks for your help in advance
Anyone got any idea of this or if this is even possible?
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So what you're trying to do is change firewall rules from the shell? If so, you can do that with the pfctl command.
that is what i was looking for but i still don't understand how to add a firewall rule?
I tired different commands but all seem to fail …
So how would I do give access to port 22 on IP 192.168.0.10? im thinking it's pfctl -t 192.168.0.10 but can't specify port ...
this is confusing lol