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Re: ipf/ipnat behavior

On Mon, 2 Jun 2008, Martin Husemann wrote:

What network cards/chipsets are involved in your case? I saw it with hme
and bce.

The Desktop machine (running ipnat) is a dual-core AMD64 with built-in nfe0 and add-on re0.

The laptop involved is an old Acer i386 with an on-board rtk0. It also has a on-board WiFi but it's one of the not-yet-supported Atheron, IIRC. I also have a USB-attached rum0 WiFi configured, but it is rarely plugged in.

Nothing in common with your interface types as far as I can see.

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