Looks like I isolated the problem...when using the ppp enabled function in
the rc.conf file it looks like ppp is doing the natting
automatically...well...i don't want that..if I manually invoke the PPP
session session it doesn't automatically use the natting and I can use the
natting from ipnat...my only problem now is the startup statement I have for
PPP in my rc.conf file runs fine, but my after that I have the statement to
run the ipnat config and it doesn't take after a reboot...i have to manually
log on to the machine and re-rerun the ipnat file for it to take....any
ideas?

thanks

ed

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Fernando
Gleiser
Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2003 12:38 PM
To: KizerSoze
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Subject: Re: FreeBSD 4.7 & Ipnat Question


On Sat, 15 Feb 2003, KizerSoze wrote:

> Users,
>
> I have experiened a weird problem lately.  I can comment out my entries in
> my ipnat file and then reload the ipnat file and for some reason the
natting
> is STILL working, even with the entries taken out.  Has anyone experienced
> this and how could the natting still work.  I am using IPfilter as my
> firewall rules.

it depends on how are you calling ipnat after you modified the file.

You must use 'ipnat -FC -f /etc/ipnat.rules'

The -C flag is for clearing the NAT table and the -F one to flush
the active NAT mappings.


                Fer

>
> thanks
>
>
> ed
>
>
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