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SubjectRe: 2.2: skb->mac.ethernet always valid pointer?
In message <> you write:
> What's about dumping in output chain... It is non-sense.
> I am sorry, it is better not to make this. This area will replicate
> addresses of some earlier allocated packet with 100% of probability
> and you may difame innocent people.

You're right. It'll have to be conditional: if output chain,
don't print mac address.

Jens, this means passing the chain arg through ip_fw_domatch to
dump_packet, and having it dump source mac address iff chain !=
IP_FW_OUTPUT_CHAIN (if !testing, chain must be a built-in, and
dump_packet only gets called if !testing, so must be INPUT or

Hacking time.

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