Bugfixes from OpenBSD

Constant, Benjamin bconstant at be.tiauto.com
Wed Sep 7 07:31:56 PDT 2005

Hi Max,

It would be great if you could import atlq support on bge interface.
I tested and repoted positive feedback some weeks ago but I didn't get any



Benjamin Constant
TI Automotive 

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:owner-freebsd-pf at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Max Laier
> Sent: mardi 6 septembre 2005 16:47
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> Subject: Bugfixes from OpenBSD
> All,
> I am going to import the following bugfixes from OpenBSD shortly:
> pf_ioctl.c Revision 1.158 Mon Sep 5 14:51:08 2005 UTC by dhartmei 
> | in DIOCCHANGERULE, properly initialize table, if used in NAT rule.
> | from Boris Polevoy <vapcom at mail dot ru>, ok mcbride@
> pf.c Revision 1.502 Mon Aug 22 11:54:25 2005 UTC by dhartmei 
> | when nat'ing icmp 'connections', replace icmp id with proxy values 
> | (similar to proxy ports for tcp/udp). not all clients use 
> | per-invokation random ids, this allows multiple concurrent 
> connections from such clients.
> | thanks for testing to Rod Whitworth, "looks ok" markus@
> pf.c Revision 1.501 Mon Aug 22 09:48:05 2005 UTC by dhartmei 
> | fix rdr to bitmask replacement address pool. patch from Max Laier, 
> | reported by Boris Polevoy, tested by Jean Debogue, ok henning@
> As all three have emerged from here and patches are 
> available, I'd like to know if anyone has seen fallout from 
> any of these changes.  Also, is there anything more that I 
> should be looking at?
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