reiper
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Wifi to Ethernet - port forwarding

Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:02 pm

I have a primary router which is connected to my private network's router via Raspberry Pi. It looks like this:
WAN -> Router (192.168.1.1) -> RPi (eth 192.168.1.24) -> (wlan 192.168.9.1) -> my router (192.168.10.1), so rpi acts as a 'bridge' between two routers using dnsmasq. I followed this tutorial https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... p?t=132674

Internet is working fine but how can I redirect ALL my traffic from my router xx.xx.10.1?
Before using Rpi I had one more router doing exactly the same thing but I could do port forwarding or even better forward all traffic using DMZ. Is something like DMZ possible on raspberry pi?

To make it very clear, simple example:
Emby server is on 192.168.10.22, port 8096, I forwarded it to WAN (which is RPi) but it doesn't go any further. How can I access it from Internet?
I can access RPi from Internet so the first router xx.xx.1.1 is configured properly.

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