Added Patrick McHardy to the list of recipients (hoping he does not mind
too much), as he's the current netfilter maintainer from what I understand.
Yep, thats the new ****, Dependent connection tracking
vs Independent connection tracking (new). When I synced
patches to 2.6.20 I left this patch in old state. It looks
like the new way is to clone everything from IP_NF to NF and
I didn't wanted to create new ip_vs_nfct.c file for the NF
case. Is the old Dependent connection tracking obsoleted?
Can you live with Dependent connection tracking?
Unfortunately I didn't not follow netfilter development too closely the
last 10 months, but I vaguely remember that they've rewritten large
portions of the NAT code.
I'm not sure I know the difference between the two. I'm all ears if you
wanna get down to it.
What does it take to fix the patch to handle the new way
(CONFIG_NF_CONNTRACK_SUPPORT) instead of the old way
@Patrick: We've been discussing the forward port of the following patch:
which adds support for the connection tracking with IPVS. Up to kernel
2.6.19 it worked without major surgery from old incarnations of the
patch but since 2.6.20, there has been some rewrite regarding the NAT
part of netfilter. Would you be willing to give us a few pointers
regarding this? Is it only a matter of proper Kconfig handling and
header inclusions or is more needed?
Best regards and thanks in advance for your time,
Roberto Nibali, ratz
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