# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-07-10 13:57:33 -0600: > While working with a FreeBSD system this afternoon, I did something which killed > natd (the NAT daemon), which was processing packets in the usual way via ipfw > and a divert socket. > > The result? Network communications on the system simply went dead. > > It seems to me that ipfw should be able to "self-heal" (that is, bypass the > rule) or reinvoke a daemon that's attached to a divert socket. Otherwise, > the process that's attached to the socket becomes an Achilles' heel for > the whole system. Crash it for any reason, and the system's offline. > > Ideas?
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