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Eygene Ryabinkin rea-fbsd at
Tue Dec 18 06:19:14 PST 2007

Good day.

Fri, Dec 14, 2007 at 11:58:45AM +0100, vermaden wrote:
> > Fri, Dec 14, 2007 at 11:20:32AM +0100, vermaden wrote:
> > > I already used tcpdump, if ICMP packet goes in thru 192.168/16 on rl1
> > the
> > > response goes out on 10/24 on rl0.

Fri, Dec 14, 2007 at 11:58:45AM +0100, vermaden wrote:
> zenek# tcpdump -lvvni rl1 icmp
> When I ping (my FreeBSD box) from (Linux) I get this:
> zenek# tcpdump -lvvni rl1 icmp
> For Both FreBSD --> Linux ping and Linux --> FreeBSD ping the tcpdump -lvvni rl1 arp
> and tcpdump -lvvni rl1 icmp commands does not show any packets.
Since you had showed output from 'rl1', maybe you meant 'rl0' here?

> tcpdump on rl0 still nothing.

After reading this I feel that you have absolutely no packets on
either interfaces when your Linux box ping FreeBSD.  But this
contradicts with your previous assertion that if ICMP packet comes
in on rl1, then it is reflected at rl0.  Am I missing something?

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