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SubjectRe: 2.4.6pre iptables masquerading seems to kill eth0
On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 09:20:26AM +0200, Helge Hafting wrote:
> Thomas Weber wrote:
> >
> > I'm on 2.4.6pre3 + freeswan/ipsec on my gateway now for 5 days.
> > It's an old 486/66 32MB with several isdn links, a dsl uplink (with
> > iptables masquerading) behind a ne2k clone and a 3c509 to the inside network.
> > no problems at all with the interfaces (all compiled as modules).
> Nice to know it works for you. The troubled machine is a dual celeron,
> so it could be some sort of SMP problem. I am trying pre5
> to see if it is better, I'll probably know in a few days.

since i just read another report on the list I checked again and it seems
like i messed it up:
you were talking about the 3c905, but I have a 3c509 (ISA) card.
I should have known, it's not the first time i mixed them up :(

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