On Tue, 4 Dec 2001 10:50, email@example.com wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 04, 2001 at 08:21:53PM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> > I really don't think it is a kernel problem, but for the record I am
> > using 2.4.14. The same problem occured with 2.4.10, too.
> Perhaps. I have a simple firewall script that I wrote which I found
> works for most things. However, in 2.4.14, I wasn't able to use
> modules. I compiled all of the netfilter code into the kernel and was
> able to get the firewall to start. I believe that NAT is broken,
> though I haven't attempted to debug it since it isn't being used.
I have a 2.4.14 machine running as a firewall and NAT machine for my ADSL
link. The firewall function seems to be working (I get lots of syslog
messages about people's port-scanning attempts being dropped). The NAT works
The only problem I have with the machine is that named sends out requests
with a source port of 1 not the 53 that I request. Any suggestions regarding
this BIND problem would be appreciated.
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