ppp's "nat deny_incoming yes" option doesn't log denied packets ?

ppp's "nat deny_incoming yes" option doesn't log denied packets ?

Post by bsdus » Sun, 24 Mar 2002 20:33:08

Is it just me, or does ppp's "nat deny_incoming yes" option not log
denied packets ? it seems that way over here... the filter denies (set
filter etc..) are logged, but the "nat deny_incoming yes" denied
packets do not seem to be. Anybody else have the same issue ?



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