>> Do you have an ``alias_address'' statement in your natd.conf file?
> I have no natd.conf file. At least I never touched it. But it always
> like a dream. BTW, natd is started with the command line "natd -n rl0".
Try shutting down natd and load it with:
# natd -a x.x.x.x
where x.x.x.x == your_new_ip
Does this help?
Also, post the relevant ``natd'' line entries in your /etc/natd.conf file.
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