I recently reinstalled my ISDN router which masquerades my private home network. I installed SuSE 7.1 (I know I know, much too new to use it already =) with kernel 2.2.18 and set up the SuSEfirewall accordingly. So far everything is fine. But with my old system I always forwarded some ports on the firewall directly to some PC on the network (e.g. for BattleCom) with ipmasqadm. For example, I did the following: "ipmasqadm autofw -A -v -r tcp 3389 3389 -h 192.168.0.9" which worked smoothly. Now I seem to have not installed ipmasqadm on the new system, and as Im not at home right now and 7.1 is not available on ftp yet, I cannot simply install it. So I read through the firewall.rc.config and found option 14, which sounded to me like what I need. I configured it accordingly, the SuSEfirewall also ACCEPTs those packages now, but it does not work. I get a "could not connect" error almost immediately when trying to connect. I entered the following: "0/0,192.168.0.9,3389" It did set some ipchains though, I checked with ipchains -L -n, but I must say that Im not savy enough yet to know why that is obviously not enough. I searched the archives and the net a bit and it seemed to me that what I wanted does not work with just ipchains but I need ipmasqadm and the autofw module. Is this true ? If this is true, can someone tell me if I can use the SuSE 7.0 ipmasqadm.rpm ? Are there any changes in the 7.1 version of this package ? I would like to get this working soon, as I need to access some services from home throughout the day. Hope I can get some help here for that issue. Thanks in advance!