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SubjectRe: iptables in 2.4.10, 2.4.11pre6 problems
On 9 Oct 2001, Trever L. Adams wrote:

> On Tue, 2001-10-09 at 13:07, Jeffrey W. Baker wrote:
> > I see this too. iptables is refusing packets on locally-initiated TCP
> > connections when the RELATED,ESTABLISHED rule should be letting them
> > through.
> >
> > I mentioned this problem on the netfilter list but my message fell into
> > a black hole and was apparently beyond the horizon of the developers.
> >
> > -jwb
>
> Maybe I misunderstand you, define locally-initiated. Do you mean net or
> do you mean box? Mine happens on connections made by the firewall
> (proxy for web) and on other connections initiated internally. We
> currently only allow identd and a few others from external (identd is
> spoofed more or less).

I mean connections originating from userland processes running on the
machine with iptables configured. This machine does not act as a NAT or
router for any other machine.

We make about 200000 outbound connections to web sites in a day. Of these
connections, a few thousand get fucked up by iptables (iptables suddenly
decides to drop packets on this connection).

-jwb

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