Not masquerading, only NAT.
Everything works except outgoing file transmission, apparently caused by the
internal network IPs going out inside the packet (not the headers). So
unless the packets are modified on the fly, I don't think there's a chance
it can work :-) (unless of course they were originated with the public IP,
but trillian doesn't have the feature to edit that, and even if it did, it
doesn't solve the problem in the right place).
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 23:24
Subject: RE: NAT helper module for MSN
> > Is there a help module to help MSN work through a NAT'ed connection?
> > If there isn't one, is there an ongoing project to write one
> > I can join?
> This may not be strictly kernel related, are you using masquerading? I
> yet to have a prob with MSN messenger using 2.2 with ipmasq. But, have
> checked http://ipmasq.cjb.net/
> Here's the masq modules I have loaded.
> ip_masq_quake 1420 0 (unused)
> ip_gre 6776 0 (unused)
> ip_masq_autofw 2556 0 (unused)
> ip_masq_portfw 2636 2
> ip_masq_mfw 3272 0
> ip_masq_ipsec 11812 0 (unused)
> ip_masq_pptp 6856 0
> ip_masq_irc 1656 0 (unused)
> ip_masq_raudio 3064 0
> ip_masq_ftp 2680 0
> Maybe you should check withe the iptables group at the netfilter home:
> Hope that helps.
> Bruce H.
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