[quote author=glapalom link=board=4;threadid=6408;start=0#60421 date=1045685442]
MY QUESTION - What typical files do I look into on the RH Firewall Server in order to see what IP is available to the outside world and what port is available also?
If you do ifconfig as root or /sbin/ifconfig as regular user, it should show you what IP address are assigned to specific net connection.
If you check /etc/services file, it should show you the general listing of what port are assigned to what services BUT it will not show you what port are being opened at that moment. For that, you will have to use other tools such as nmap to find what ports are open in that server. Do a query on nmap in google and it should get you started.
It depends on the set up but mostly done via NATting. Network Address Translation is mostly used in Gateway servers setup.Here is what I assume... There is an IP address defined on the linux box that when used is actually redirected to an internal IP. I just don't know where to look to find that out.