On Sat, 21 Nov 2009 16:27:20 +0100
Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de> wrote:
> El día Saturday, November 21, 2009 a las 08:59:12PM +0600, Victor
> Lyapunov escribió:
> > Hi all,
> > I have production network with FreeBSD box acting as firewall. The
> > problem emerge as soon as users send mail with attachments. (Sending
> > mail without attachments always succeeds). Basically, when a user
> > tries to send a message, only part of it transmitted before
> > connection is interrupted and sending fails. The problem persists
> > only when pf is enabled.
> I think concerning TCP/IP there is no diff between a mail with or w/o
> attachment, it is just talking SMTP to a remote server and only the
> size, i.e, the number of IP pkgs, differs; the content is anyway;
This kind of thing is often due to a mtu blackhole - when a larger
email causes a full size IP packet to be sent. I don't see why PF
should make a difference though, IFAIK it's supposed to let ICMP through
when it's learned state on a tcp connection.
> I never used S/SA as flags in my rules, only S.
S/SA is correct, it mean look at SYN and ACK and match if only SYN is
set, S matches on SYN irrespective of whether ACK is set.
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