[Bug 851] IPv6 SNAT target with --random doesn't work

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Fri Sep 13 00:15:49 CEST 2013


Phil Oester <netfilter at linuxace.com> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Phil Oester <netfilter at linuxace.com> 2013-09-13 00:15:47 CEST ---
I confirm that for ICMPv6 packets, the --random option is currently broken. 
That will be investigated.  However, I will note that for TCP and UDP packets
it is currently working properly.

Also, just to confirm you understand that the --random option randomizes
_ports_ not IP addresses:

   If option --random is used then *port* mapping will be randomized

You intentions with using that option are unclear, given you only illustrate
ICMP traffic in your example.

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