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  Squeezing NAT Out of Panther Server
Subject:   NAT on Panther and https
Date:   2003-12-02 11:49:31
From:   anonymous2
Response to: NAT on Panther and https

Or alternatively, use the OS X Firewall to open whatever ports you need. Just go to the Firewall Tab under System Preferences > Sharing, and click the "New..." button. Select "Other" from the drop down menu, fill in the appropriate values (Name: HTTPS, Port: 443) There are numerous predefined ports already available, and for granular precision, you can always use ipfw from the command line.