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Hey Guys

I wish to set up port forwarding on my OpenBSD box so my room mate can connect to online games via his XBOX 360

I have a very limited knowledge of BSD and wish to know if I could obtain some help with port forwarding in BSD

Help
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So your linux box is directly connected to the modem I assume? What are you using on the computer for firewall and port blocking? You could do iptables to forward the ports, and I'm sure there are other programs as well.
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Yeah, I have 2 Network Cards EM0 and EM1 Modem is plugged into 1 network card, and there is a cable that goes from one network card to the network card on my local comp.

Norton 360 on my local machine
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