|Subject:||Re: IP Tables bug?|
|From:||Greg Louis <glouis,AT,dynamicro,DOT,on,DOT,ca>|
|Date:||Wed, 31 Oct 2001 23:53:27 +0100|
On 20011031 (Wed) at 1010:36 -0700, Ori Pessach wrote: > At least as far as I can tell, the problem still existed with kernel 2.4.9 > and the latest CIPE (1.5.2). If you're upgrading, you can still use >ipchains > on 2.4, and that works. That's what I'm doing now, but I don't like it. Are > any of the maintainers aware of this? > > Ori > > On Wednesday 31 October 2001 08:00, Roger Walker wrote: > > I recall that, awhile back, there may have bee some issue between > > the CIPE module and the 2.4 kernel's iptables code. Did this exist and, if > > so, has it been rectified? I am looking to start upgrading systems to the > > 2.4 kernel and need to make sure the VPNs will continue working. (Will a > > CIPE on kernel 2.2 work with CIPE on kernel 2.4?) > > > > Thanks. I have been using cipe-1.5.2 between a machine runnning 2.2.19 and one that's followed the -ac kernels all the way from 2.4.1-ac12 on up to 2.4.13-ac4 as well as running a few of Linus's releases along the way. I have never seen any problem using iptables on the 2.4 end. Have I just been lucky? -- | G r e g L o u i s | gpg public key: | | http://www.bgl.nu/~glouis | finger greg,AT,bgl,DOT,nu | Header information for this message (included within the PGP envelope for security reasons): Subject: Re: IP Tables bug? To: CIPE ML <cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de> From: Greg Louis <glouis,AT,dynamicro,DOT,on,DOT,ca>
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