Re: Cipe sending packets to wrong host|
Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:42:38 +0200|
If you're using the RedHat 7.1 cipe rpm, check
roman,AT,batmap,DOT,com on 07/19/2001 06:04:24 AM
cc: (bcc: Julian Urquijo/NYSO/US)
Subject: Re: Cipe sending packets to wrong host
On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 13:56:32 +0200, you wrote:
> The interesant part is "from 213.97.198.x:53666 to 184.108.40.206:53666"
> :-???? This explains why the reverse connection doesn't work because
>it's all wrong!!!
>1) I haven't specified any "220.127.116.11" !!! :-??
>2) It should be read "from 192.168.2.z:53666 to 213.97.198.x:53666".
>Why is CIPE using other src & dst IPs?????????
I can't believe nobody has an answer to my questions. Where does
"18.104.22.168" come from? Is this IP hardcoded in CIPE src in a way that
when some type of fail with addressing occurs this IP is automatically
used? I haven't coded it. Please, any idea is welcome.
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