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 From:  Michele <myksto at libero dot it>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Emule Low ID and KAD firewalled with 1.3b9
 Date:  Wed, 06 Feb 2008 10:56:37 +0100
Michele ha scritto:
> Chris Buechler ha scritto:
>> It's not likely that's really the case. If disabling the source port
>> rewriting fixes a problem, the problem would exist with every m0n0wall
>> version ever released. The reason it's a problem is some applications
>> break when you rewrite the source port, which m0n0wall has always done
>> by default.
> Hi and thanks for reply.
> It may be the reason on a principle line but, and I repeat, I never 
> had that sort of problem before.
> I've been using m0n0wall for some years (used the 1.2x versions too) 
> and never had to activate the outbound nat and set a rule to block 
> port remapping tu use emule normally.
> You can tell me it was a bug of the earlier versions, or it's a bug of 
> the newer ones but you can't tell me that the problem exists with 
> every m0n0wall version. I always used emule and kad connection have 
> never been firewalled till I start using version 1.3b9.
> BTW other users says they start having the same problem since version 
> 1.3b6 but NOT before.
> Cheers.

I'm here again.
I'd like to know why in 1.3b9 we have to set a rule in the outbound NAT 
whereas no rule is needed in versions older  than 1.3b6: what has changed?

Hope someone will explain.

Thanks, Michele.