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 ipf/ipnat
Author: Dan Langille 
Date:   06-07-00 02:15

I think you'll find that ipf and ipnat will provide much less stress. Just remember: ipf is last match, not first match. And use those rule groups. It'll make things easier. With rule groups, your rules become a tree, not a linear list. With very large rule sets, this has much greater potential for speed.

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 Topics Author  Date
 Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Mike 04-07-00 09:59 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Dan Langille 04-07-00 11:42 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Mike Haukoos 04-07-00 22:44 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Dan Langille 05-07-00 02:10 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Mike Haukoos 05-07-00 04:03 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Dan Langille 05-07-00 05:04 
 RE: Natd Failed to Write Packet back   new
Mike Haukoos 05-07-00 08:37 
 ipf/ipnat   new
Dan Langille 06-07-00 02:15 


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