natd / ipfw services on internal interface
josepha48 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 13 08:33:03 PDT 2007
I figured out what the problem was. I had compiled my dhcp server with USE_SOCKETS and am NOT running in a jail.
After a lot of searching the bug reports I came across an old bug that said that USE_SOCKETS was added for jailed dhcp servers, because they do not have access to bpf. It also said that compiling USE_SOCKETS into a non jailed dhcp server will have unpredictable results.
I found out that the server will behave badly like it is being sent through nat out our the wrong port.
> You should specify more information about your setup, but generally you
> should be able to just insert a rule like "ipfw add xxx allow ip from
> mynet/mask to mynet/mask", where "xxx" is the rule-number BEFORE your
> natd redirection rule-number and mynet/mask describes your internal network.
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