On Wednesday 28 July 2004 14:03, Steve Bertrand wrote:
> > Hi all!
> >
> > I recently got a new IP on my outside interface, and I replaced the old
> > IP with the new one in my IPFW ruleset, and restarted natd.
> > Now everything was alright until my network clients (on the inside
> > interface)
> > started complaining that they can't connect to remote servers. Ping still
> > works, but they can't fetch their mail or surf the net.
> > It looks like something is wrong with my firewall, but I changed nothing
> > but
> > the old address.
> > Are there other processes that need to be restarted?
> Did you actually change the IP on the interface itself? If not:
> edit /etc/rc.conf and change the IP/Netmask, then:
> # /etc/netstart

Yes, the IP was changed. I ran /etc/netstart, but it didn't help. As I said, 
ping works as normal, and the packet sniffer shows normal TCP connections and 
there are even answers from the remote servers, so I really have no clue what 
could be wrong. I don't think it would do this with a wrong IP.

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