On Jul 14, 2006, at 4:00 PM, Darek M wrote:
What is the procedure to make active changes made to /etc/natd.conf?
Sometimes, restarting the natd process with an HUP drops my
connection. Other times the restart didn't seem to make any
difference. The only way I've ever updated natd rules was to
restart the server and never was able to find anything relating to
this topic online.
Basicly, you need to kill and restart natd right now, and doing so
will lose track of any active state for currently-open connections.
Natd dies when it gets a SIGHUP, but I've always wanted to extend its
signal handler to trap SIGHUP and re-read the config file.
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