Subject: Re: ipf and ipv6 with netbsd 1.5.3_ALPHA
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From: Tomi Nylund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/18/2002 18:52:42
> on Mon, Feb 18, 2002 at 10:37:41AM +0200, Martti Kuparinen wrote:
> > I don't think so, he's been pinging www.netbsd.org and his
> > node is able to transmit (really shouldn't!) echo req but
> > filters echo reply (as it should be)...
> I am very sorry for the noise and wasted time; the patch failed
> on one hunk which I applied by hand. inetsw had become inet6sw, but
> ip_protox was still ip_protox not ip6_protox, which is why
> it was misbehaving. :(
> The patch works great now. (including with forward'd packets, yay!)
> lo0 @0:1 b ::1 -> ::1 PR icmpv6 len 40 16 icmpv6 icmpv6type(77)/76 OUT
> Thank you very much.
I can confirm that the patch installs cleanly against a cvs source tree
labeled netbsd-1-5. You copy-pasted the patch from the mail, instead
of saving it? That failed for me also.
I alo would like to thank you very much: I asked about this ipv6 thing
from this list and ipfilter mailing list several times, but no-one even
bothered to reply.. Probably a too touchy issue or something..
But now it works!
Once again, thank you.