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SubjectRe: "ip_dynaddr" broken in 2.4.0-test10
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>>>>> "Steffen" == Steffen Moser <moser@egu.schule.ulm.de> writes:

>> Does this fix it?
>>
>> echo "1" >/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_nonlocal_bind

Steffen> I tried this - but no success. The problem persists...

I just wrote a tool that does re-sending and address-rewriting
of the first packet from user space. If the bug is that ip_dynaddr fails
to re-send the first packet, the tool should work around this and thus
be a good diagnostic aid. (And BTW, it also works around other
`first packet lost' problems that are not handled by ip_dynaddr like
lost DNS lookup). See http://www.baty.hanse.de/ip_resend/ip_resend-0.3.tar.gz

Henner
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