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Subject: Re: CIPE ports (was Re: CIPE, windows 2000 configuration (SOLVED))
From: Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2002 22:55:18 +0200
In-reply-to: <15726.19962.335081.466174@saint.heaven.net>

It's not an argument.

This means that CIPE uses both the previous sender's address AND port. You're 
right in stating that this approach allows NAT to work. I don't do this in 
CIPE-Win32, instead relying on port forwarding to achieve the correct port 
redirection. I may have to change this approach to match CIPE's.

DKW

On Thursday 29 August 2002 05:16 pm, you wrote:
> Well, I didn't want this to turn into an argument, but when I run
> tcpdump it shows my system sending packets to port 1024 even though
> the fixed peer port contained in the options file is 1999.
>
> I think it's evident that this is needed for CIPE to work with
> port-changing NAT boxes.





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