masquerading problems under 2.4.x works for windows and not
Sat, 8 Jul 2000 11:21:39 -0300 (BRT)
I'v having problems with this architeture.
Linux 2.4.0-test3-pre1 ( pre2 don't compile, I
will test with pre9 as soon as possible )
In 2.4.0-PREandXXX I have similar problems.
Topology of network.
If I load Nat modules, and maquareade/Snat the
linux conecctions... traceroutes from Linux
to A/B or C don't recieve ureachable destination
from A/B or C.
With Iptraf I can see the traces UDP packets
arriving in A/B or C.
Machines in middle of trace, are Ok...
In 2.4.0-test1 I reproduce the same thing.. But
machines in middle of trace don't answers with
dest. unreachable to. In 2.4.0-test3-pre1 and
test2 only the target machine don't answer.
In 2.4.0-test1, I see some problems with ping (
ICMP ) Packets... but now it is ok.
If I reboot Linux in Windows, tracert works
Another problem is with iproute2+tc,
In 2.2.16 series I can delete the root qdisc with
out delete the qdisc/class/filters after thar.
In 2.4.0XXXXXXXXXXXX series, it give me a kernel
Ps. Please answer this with cc to
On Mon, 3 Jul 2000, Rusty Russell wrote:
> In message <E137tRp-0000EB-00@bushing> you write:
> > I'm having a strange problem, in that masquerading through a machine running
> > Linux 2.4.0-test2 works for a laptop running Win98, but not linux! Here's th
> > relevant info:
> Hi Ben,
> This is an intriguing report: I have another report of
> corrupted ICMPs with 2.4.0-test2. Unlikely to be coincidence, but I
> can't see what went in that could cause that; can you turn on
> CONFIG_NETFILTER_DEBUG and tell me if any messages show up in `dmesg'
> when this happens? Also, a `tcpdump -x -e -n -s 1514' on the Linux
> box which can't ping properly would be interesting...
> Hacking time.