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ExTaZyTi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I have a serious problem with my network.
> I have connected 2 PC's, 1 - FreeBSD, 2 - Windows XP.
> The problem is follow - My FreeBSD limmiting connections , I cannot open
> more 224 TCP4-Sockets in my Windows Box.
> When I downloading torrent file, I cannot create more connections to the
> web, and while this time I can't open for example - web sites.

Is the FreeBSD machine performing NAT for the Windows box?

> Tow problem who worry myself is when I scan a my freebsd box or other
> "server" for open ports its FAKE show me: 81 82 ,83 ,465,463 and other ports
> open.. but It's FAKE .. it's not really open..

Are you saying that this is a second problem?

How are you doing the scan, and how do you know the ports are not
really open?

> I Cleared my sysctl, and test, cleared my firewall and test, re-build my
> kernel with any options changed and test again.. Just don't Work :((

Which sysctl?

> I have use PF firewall and FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE-p5.
> I Think this problem is from "net.inet.tcp.blackhole=2" in my sysctl because
> it's work before i do sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.blackhole=2..
> but when back this option to value = 0 this problem is stay there.. and no
> restarts or re-build my kernel can fix this..or maybe be wrong to
> this supposition. Sorry for my english.

Are you sure that the sysctl value changed?  
Did you look at it after changing it to make sure it really shows up
as different?
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