I actually found my problem, and I had to delve deep into the source
code to discover it. Apparently, the format is:
So its the '/' that stands as the delimeter, not a ';' or a ':'..
thats what was confusing me. I knew I had seen that somewhere before,
but none of the documentation I pulled up pointed to it. Regardless, I
never thought to check the binaries themselves for help files on it.
On 8/23/05, Doctor Bill <docbill@...> wrote:
> On 8/21/05, Ian Bonnycastle <ibonny@...> wrote:
> > eth0=3Dslirp,"",<protocol>:<port>:<port>,<protocol2>:<port2>:<port2=
> > But this only resulted in 1 port being forwarded: the first one.
> This looks right to me. I don't know the solution, but I can suggest
> a workaround.
> Make the one port you forward for ssh. You can then use ssh to
> forward additional
> TCP-IP ports. I have a hack for forwarding UDP ports across ssh, but
> it is horribly
> slow. It would be better to invest time on fixing this problem than
> improving the hack.