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SubjectRe: 2.4 and ipmasq modules
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FTP is under Connection Tracking support, FTP connection tracking. Does
the same stuff as ip_masq_ftp. IRC is located in patch-o-matic -
download iptables 1.2 and do a make patch-o-matic, there is also RPC and
eggdrop support in there. I'm half in the middle of porting ip_masq_icq,
but it's one hideously ugly kludge after another. Such is life.

d


On 20 Jan 2001 14:46:16 -0800, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
> It was great to see that 2.4.0 reintroduced ipfwadm support! I had no
> need for ipchains and ended up using the wrapper around it that
> emulated ipfwadm. However, 2.[02].x used to have "special IP
> masquerading modules" such as ip_masq_ftp.o, ip_masq_quake.o, etc. I
> can't find these in 2.4.0. Where have they gone? Without important
> modules such as ip_masq_ftp.o I cannot use non-passive ftp from behind
> the masquerading firewall.
>
> Thanks,
> Aaron Lehmann
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