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Re: Trouble with IPF
On Tue, Oct 09, 2012 at 12:28:50PM -0700, Aran Clauson wrote:
> I've found the problem. Darrenr added an unnecessary htonl to the macro
> IN_CLASSD (line 1688-ish in src/sys/external/bsd/ipf/netinet/fil.c). This
> the macro to interrogate the least significant byte rather than the most
> significant. In my case, I was trying to reach 220.127.116.11, a totally
> class B address. However, if you swap the bytes, it looks like
> a multicast address.
Good find! This makes sense as to why it some hosts work fine but
others are blocked.
> Now, how do I add this to the problem report?
Well, if you have a PR then you can just reply to the PR email. I will
try the patch out and if it works for me and there are no violent
objections I may just commit the fix.
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