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SubjectRe: kmod and request-route
On Fri, 12 Jun 1998, Chris Wedgwood wrote:

#request-route was a horrible hack that has been removed. Check out a recent
#diald for another way to do this.

or better yet, gated. "yeah, my dialup wants BGP4 packets damnit." :)

While we're on the topic of routes and such, I thought of something..

Is there any REAL logging of firewall entries. ie; when they're added,
when removed, and what was added in plain english? Might be nice to know
when you kicked on the firewall, and when you kicked it off.

-Phil R. Jaenke (kernel@nls.net / prj@nls.net)
TheGuyInCharge(tm), Ketyra Designs - We get paid to break stuff :)
Linux pkrea.ketyra.INT 2.0.33 #15 Sat Apr 18 00:40:21 EDT 1998 i586
Linux eiterra.nls.net 2.1.98 #15 Fri May 1 18:21:00 EDT 1998 i586
- Linus says for 'brave people only.' I say 'keep a backup.' - :)
! I reserve the right to bill spammers for my time and disk space !


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