Thu Dec 21 23:39:55 NZDT 2000
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> Here's a curly one for you all...
> I actually have a partial solution, but would love some fresh thoughts.
I got bored and wrote 'natd' a userspace nat daemon that works ip
addresses. It's really only proof of concept. you still need some way of
figuring out how to get the packets there and back again (iproute2). It
rewrites packets IP addresses (currently configured for 10.1.1.2 ->
10.1.2.2 and back again). It's not heavily tested (as I don't have
iproute2 installed testing it properly is a pain). I might have muffed
the checksum twiddling. If you're interested I'll clean it up.
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