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ipnat altering obsd's network performance ? (was: Networking problems)
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: ipnat altering obsd's network performance ? (was: Networking problems)
- From: Marc Dubrowski <marcus_(_at_)_kbinirsnb_(_dot_)_be>
- Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1999 11:19:32 +0100
- Organization: KBINIRScNB
- Reply-to: marcus_(_at_)_kbinirsnb_(_dot_)_be
As I mentionned yesterday, I have a problem on an i486 16MB which is a ipf and
ipnat test machine.
When ipnat is on, with rule
bimap de1 192.168.20.115/32 -> 193.x.x.99/32
It takes long for the machine to resolve names that are in the /etc/hosts file,
and hence, It seems "ping hostnameinmynetwork" doesn't work, and netstat -r
takes more than one minute to print the first line of the routing table (I
still haven't seen the next ones).
Meanwhile, I receive no answer of a ping on the internet, but ipnat works: i
can telnet on the internet from the internal (192.168.20.115) machine.
Are ipnat and/or ipfilter taking so many resources ? Should I add some memory ?
Or, is that a bug ? Or What ?
Thanks for the help.
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