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Re: woody doesn't support port forwarding??

Ok. Are you confirming that, although woody is compiled, by default, with support for port forwarding on Intel platforms, the it is compiled without that support, by default, for sparc? Did you actually try getting this to work, or are you just guessing that it will?

Many thanks!
  Blake Meike

On Sunday, June 1, 2003, at 02:15  PM, Ben Collins wrote:

On Sun, Jun 01, 2003 at 02:42:11PM -0400, Blake Meike wrote:
I'd really like to use Debian on my SPARC firewall (I'd been using RH
6.2).  Unfortunately, it appears that it is not compiles with the
ip_masq_portfw module.  I've seen a couple of queries about this on
this list, but no answers.  I did find a version of the module,
compiled for the 2.2.20 kernel) in a Slackware distribution, but I'm
getting unresolved symbol when I try to load it.

  I'd appreciate any help anyone could give me in getting port
forwarding running.

Just recompile a new kernel with the options you want enabled.

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