Subject: Re: kern/7368: ipnat not rewriting PORT command 100% of time
To: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 04/17/1999 13:18:36
>What I don't like about the hack is that it seems to assume there's a
>CR/LF in all cases and if indeed the CR/LF arrives in a separate packet
>then it doesn't seem obvious to me what happens to it. I can't claim
>I've really taken the time to understand that bit of the code though....
actually...no. what the hack does (from my point of view) is not care
if the crlf is there or not. so if it arrives in a separate packet,
it doesn't care.
>Is there any way you can test against 3.2.11beta6? (I can provide a
>FreeBSD kernel with it already integrated, though it would take me quite
>a bit more work to build a NetBSD kernel with it, esp. a non 1.3.3
the nat configuration in question is a sparc running 1.4_alpha. how
easy would it be for me to "import" 3.2.11beta6" to try it out?
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