On 6/13/18 10:22 AM, Michael Sierchio wrote:

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 10:16 AM, Jeff Kletsky <free...@wagsky.com> wrote:

When a T-Mobile "femto-cell" is trying to establish its IPv4, IPSEC tunnel
to the T-Mobile provisioning servers, the reassembled, 4640-byte return
packet is silently dropped by the in-kernel NAT, even though it "matches"
the outbound packet from less than 100 ms prior.


Do you have a 'reass' rule before applying nat on inbound traffic?

- M
Yes, at the start of the rule set.

Reassembly confirmed to be working by wireshark examination of the ngtee "taps" shown

$ sudo ipfw list
00001 deny ip from any to any recv ng*
00004 ngtee 100 ip from any to any proto udp dst-port 500,4500 in
00004 ngtee 100 ip from any to any proto udp frag in
00004 ngtee 110 ip from any to any proto udp dst-port 500,4500 out
00004 ngtee 110 ip from any to any proto udp frag out
00005 reass ip from any to any
00006 ngtee 101 ip from any to any proto udp dst-port 500,4500 in // reassembled in 00006 ngtee 101 ip from any to any proto udp frag in // never should be frags after reass 00006 ngtee 111 ip from any to any proto udp dst-port 500,4500 out // reass out 00006 ngtee 111 ip from any to any proto udp frag out // never should be frage after reass
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