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Hijacking packets to different server, possible?

Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:43 pm

Hi, I'm yhinking about this trouble but I have no idea how to solve it.....

I'm using a TCP server ( on port 5700 receiving packets from external networks (,
I've made a new TCP server ( listening on port 5900.
I can't do NAT on main router.
So I was thinking about placing a RB750 (IP address making an internal NAT: re-directed to
Is it possible?
I also could make the second server on a different network and place RB750 as simple router, but this would be last solution.

I would like change src-address and dst-address at the same time or make multiple NAT on several IP addresses in the RB750.

ether4: IP addresses and
1th NAT: dst-nat ->
2th NAT: dst-nat ->

but running Wireshark on server I can't see incoming packets....
What's wrong?

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