Subject: Re: ipnat completely hosed in current 2.0E(?)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Christian Biere <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/27/2004 15:39:11
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Frank Kardel wrote:
> Christian Biere wrote:
> >several hours ago I've updated the sources from CVS and successfully
> >built 2.0E userland & kernels. After installing and rebooting NAT didn't
> >work at all, I couldn't get a TCP connection from behind the router.
FWIW, after a third update trial (with exactly the same kernel and
userland), ipf and ipnat work just fine. I have no clue what mistake
I made or what's the difference now.
> My experience are somewhat mixed. I do get panics during ifconfigs of=20
> bge0 in the inet6 output path (see PR/25227).
I have no use for inet6, ATM.
> Since then I do not automatically start ipnat/ipf at boot. I still have=
> those panics at system shutdown.
There are no shutdowns scheduled in the foreseeable future. ;)
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