ipfwd is included in 038 by default, so downloading/installing it is not necessary.I tried to download ipfwd and run for protocol 47.
#----- cat /etc/portfw.cfg | sed s/\#.*//g -----
#GRE protocol; all ports
The Protocol identifier (-P)
-P The actual protocol used in the rule (if any)
The Protocol (tcp)
tcp The rule is used for TCP protocol
udp The rule is used for UDP protocol
icmp The rule is used for ICMP protocol
all The rule is used for ALL protocols
[root@Freesco] grep -i masq /proc/ksyms
You will never see these options as modules because they are now built into the kernel and not included as modules.I looked at the site you referenced, and the other suggested method (as I understand) of disclosing pptp support, lsmod, fails to show ip_masq_ipsec or ip_masq_pptp in the output.
is most likely the result of a syntax error in the command you've typed. Best practice is to copy/paste it from my post in the PuTTY window and try again."sed: can't open masq"
dingetje wrote: is most likely the result of a syntax error in the command you've typed. Best practice is to copy/paste it from my post in the PuTTY window and try again.
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