Subject: Re: Ye olde PR #991 - packets destined for interface IP# are accepted regardless of which interface they arrive on.
To: None <>
From: Michael Richardson <>
List: tech-net
Date: 05/07/2000 21:58:58
>>>>> "Darren" == Darren Reed <> writes:
    Darren> Introduce ip_strictdest to control the acceptance of packets on interfaces
    Darren> and by default, default it to IPSTRICTDEST as follows:
    Darren> IPSTRICTDEST undefined:

    Darren> Otherwise, it takes the value as defined.  I don't think the behaviour
    Darren> should be restricted to following IPFORWARDING rules.  For example, if
    Darren> you have an NFS server which is also routing and you want to force
    Darren> people to use the closest interface.  You don't need the burden of IP
    Darren> Filter enabled here.

  That's cool with me.

   :!mcr!:            |  Solidum Systems Corporation,
   Michael Richardson |The Internet Packet Processing Company. At Interop LV2000
 Personal: PGP key available.
 Corporate: <A HREF=""></A>.