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SubjectRe: 2.5.64-mm8 breaks MASQ
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This actually broke in -mm7, but I don't know what causes it.

I have to admit, I haven't even looked at the patch to see what changed.
Oh well, I suspect good ol' 65-mm1 will fix things up. If so, my TiVo
could stop holding it's breath. ;)

Anyone else seeing this?

On Mon, 2003-03-17 at 11:29, Tom Sightler wrote:
> I have been attempting to test the -mm kernels. I was having problems
> with the anticipatory scheduler up causing the machine to hang during
> loading of the USB driver. The recent fixes that went into -mm8 seem to
> have corrected this problem, unfortunately I'm now hitting another
> issue.
>
> It seems that -mm8 breaks MASQ support in iptables. Actually I can't
> get any MASQ/NAT to work at all. The same exact config works fine with
> vanilla 2.5.64 and 2.5.64-ac4.
>
> Backing out the brlock patches returns everything to normal operation so
> there's something happening with those. I'll try to look at them
> individually if I get a chance but I know practically nothing about that
> code so somebody will probably spot a problem quicker.
>
> Later,
> Tom
>
>
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