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    SubjectRe: 2.4 and ipmasq modules
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    On 20 Jan 2001 15:34:03 -0800, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
    > On Sun, Jan 21, 2001 at 10:32:15AM +1100, Daniel Stone wrote:
    > > 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.
    >
    > That option seems to conflict with "ipfwadm (2.0-style) support".
    > Preferably, I'd like to stay with friendly old ipfwadm rather than
    > switching firewalling tools _again_.


    Your choice, but if you choose not to switch, you lose the power of:
    * stateful inspection
    * modules
    * a sane command line
    * a metric shitload of extensions

    "I'd rather stay with my friendly old pushbike than my car!"
    So don't complain when you can't use cruise control.

    d

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    Daniel Stone
    Linux Kernel Developer
    daniel@kabuki.eyep.net

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