On 04/03/18 12:54, Andrey V. Elsukov wrote:
On 03.04.2018 13:45, Andrey V. Elsukov wrote:
Can anybody give any hint about the above behaviours or point me to good
documentation? The man pages is very brief on this, unfortunately.
Thanks for your answer.
ipfw uses M_SKIP_FIREWALL flag for self-generated packets. Thus
keep-alive packets are sent bypass the rules. When you use NAT, I guess
keep-alive packets have private source address, because they are not go
through the NAT rule. And because of this remote host drops them without
If this is the reason, since I run tcpdump on the client (internal
network) I should have seen them arriving, shouldn't I?
You can try this patch:
It adds sysctl variable net.inet.ip.fw.bypass_own_packets, that can
control the behavior of M_SKIP_FIREWALL flag.
It seems this is a patch against HEAD and it doesn't apply cleanly to
11.1R. Unfortunately the file it modifies seems to have changed a lot
and I don't know how to adapt this.
Is there a plan to get this patch in the source in the future?
If not, why? Are there any disadvantages?
bye & Thanks
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