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SubjectRe: bridge and netfilter
Sat, Jul 14, 2001 at 07:59:32PM +0100, Rodrigo Ventura wrote:

> Hi everyone. What's the current status of the kernel bridging
> code with respect to netfilter stack? We want to put a transparent
> firewall working. So we need to apply netfilter rules to the packets
> between two interfaces in the same bridge group.

From what I've read the code is still experimental and there are a few
issues with it killing the machine. The 2.4 mainstream kernel has the
hooks but an extra patch is required to get it going.

Pat

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