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Re: ipf/ipnat behavior

On Mon, 2 Jun 2008, Paul Goyette wrote:

On Mon, 2 Jun 2008, Martin Husemann wrote:

I see the same w/o ipfilter involved, and only sometimes under load, so
I presume it is a different problem (PR kern/38669). Does it work for
you if you switch to TCP mounts?

Yes, at least an initial test works. With an ipf.conf that just passes everything, and ipnat enabled I am able to do all of the things that were previously failing (accessing files via NFS, and ssh in from the other machine).

Hmmm. I just ran into the same problem (no nfs access) on my i386 laptop, which does not have ipfilter or ipnat turned on. So maybe this problem isn't really related to ipf/ipnat after all.

Whatever is going on, it sure it weird!  :)

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