Subject: Re: kern/37174: ipfilter doesn't properly remove connections from
To: Chris Ross <email@example.com>
From: Darren Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/24/2007 20:43:56
Chris Ross wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Oct 2007 23:14:42 +0200, Pavel Cahyna <pavel@NetBSD.org> said:
>>> Install NetBSD 4.0_RC3 onto a machine which does NAT for a modest sized
>>> network. ipnat -l | wc will show a constantly growing list of
>>> Networks which would normally only average around 1,000 connections
>>> more than 25,000 connections in a day or two. Networks which average
>>> around 50 connections show more than 20,000 after four or five days.
>> Probably caused by http://releng.netbsd.org/cgi-bin/req-4.cgi?show=880
>> which will be backed out soon.
> I was looking at ipfilter changes in netbsd-4, and was pointed at
> this bug. This bug is also affecting my i386 router at home, for a
> small network. I *believe* that the only NAT connections that are
> being held and not expiring properly are RDR connections.
> Are you commenting above that the pull-up that was/is ticket #880 is
> going to be backed out, thus reintroducing IPF bug #1774745 ?
Bug #1774745 can't be solved properly in IPFilter 4.1.x because
the changes required to solve it are too substantial to NAT.