On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 8:30 PM, Christopher M. Iarocci
<iarocci at eastendsc dot com> wrote:
> Actually, neither one of those really meets my needs. I need 1.3B15 and I'm
> going to keep it either way. I just wish someone could explain why a 1:1
> works and how I can work around the problem without suggesting I drop
Source port rewriting maybe? 1.3b14 added "imported ipnat source port
randomization patch from FreeBSD CVS", and rewriting source ports will
break a lot of games. Maybe 1:1 doesn't rewrite source ports. Trying
1.3b13 would confirm or deny that.
I also see:
"added new option to System: Advanced page to control the port range
used for random source port allocation during outbound NAT (default is
1024 - 64535; portrange sysctls have been adjusted accordingly)"
But don't see a mention of any ability to turn it off and I don't have
a b14 or newer box handy right now.