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SubjectRe: iptables in 2.4.10, 2.4.11pre6 problems
On Tue, 2001-10-09 at 14:31, Jeffrey W. Baker wrote:
> 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

Mine does NAT. So it appears this is not NAT related (though it may be
further aggravated by NAT). My connection rate is FAR lower than
yours. Our total connections may be 100,000 on a high rate day (just a
guess... I really do not know).


Trever Adams

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