6.1 Source NAT
You want to do Source NAT; change the source address of connections to something different. This is done in the POSTROUTING chain, just before it is finally sent out; this is an important detail, since it means that anything else on the Linux box itself (routing, packet filtering) will see the packet unchanged. It also means that the `-o’ (outgoing interface) option can be used.
Source NAT is specified using `-j SNAT’, and the `–to-source’ option specifi Continue reading