Re: Problems with ICQ over ipchains NAT?
In the ip_masq howto I got this ip chain rule and it works great.
/sbin/ipchains -M -S 7200 10 160
Says it's for icq. In the past couple of days though ICQ has been having
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, David Bebout - Data Engines, Inc. wrote:
> The ICQ masquerading module will probably help. I'm supporting a private
> network of about 20 ICQ users, and their ICQ clients aren't even configured
> as behind a firewall; it's completely transparent.
> The kernel module logs to syslog. My Debian 2.2 /etc/syslog.conf shows:
> > kern.* -/var/log/kern.log
> This is an excerpt from /var/log/kern.log where the module is loaded at boot
> >Dec 20 23:57:20 pineapple kernel: ip_masq_icq: using TCP port range
> >Dec 20 23:57:20 pineapple kernel: ip_masq_icq: loaded support on port
> This is another excerpt from /var/log/kern.log where UIN ######## is logging
> in to ICQ. Each login to ICQ creates such an entry.
> >Jan 10 09:20:22 pineapple kernel: ip_masq_icq: LOGIN
> ########@192.168.1.75:2058<-60224/32770, protocol v5
> Good luck.
> David Bebout
> Data Engines, Inc.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ralf G. R. Bergs" <rabe@RWTH-Aachen.DE>
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> Sent: Sunday, January 09, 2000 1:35 AM
> Subject: Problems with ICQ over ipchains NAT?
> > Hi there,
> > I've started using ICQ a while ago, and I have massive problems like
> > My client (ICQ 99b Beta 3.19 Win32) constantly loses connection to the
> > I'm using NAT (NAT host runs Linux 2.3.5 (can't upgrade at the moment)).
> > firewall is quite tight (when seen from outside, I'm ACCEPTing everything
> > inside of course.)
> > Any idea what could be going wrong? Is there a FAQ that covers this topic
> > (which ports to ACCEPT for ICQ to work properly)? Which are the proper
> > settings inside ICQ?
> > Thanks,
> > Ralf
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