Subject: Re: ipf feature mask
To: Patrick Welche <>
From: Alexey G. Khramkov <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/12/2005 16:18:52
Patrick Welche <> writes:

> map rtk0 ->
> which works, but not on the computer with s/xi0/ex0/g s/rtk0/bge0/g

I don't sure... What about s/234/134/g? I guess that both generate
the same 234 source but answer was returned to first (or _real_ router).

> So, what does "bad NAT" imply? (ipnat -l looks correct)

I just guess that the same address of NATed rules can generate this
(no ipf channel = no keep state => error).

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