Angelo, >Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 12:11:45 -1000 >From: "Alvarez, Angelo CIV NAVPACMETOCCEN JTWC" <address@hidden> >Organization: NAVPACMETOCCEN/JTWC >To: "Steve Emmerson" <address@hidden> >Subject: RE: 20050412: "Unable to receive" message in logfile The above message contained the following: > the address transform rule allows the firewall to reveal the system's > real IP address otherwise the upstream ldm sees the firewall interface > as the soure (gw2-dmz). Sounds like the "firewall" is acting more like a tunneling proxy. Is there an ALLOW entry in the upstream LDM's configuration-file for the firewall? > In our previous version (ldm 5.2), there was no need for an address > transform rule for the downstream ldm. Is there a need now? Got me. If the firewall's doing its job correctly, then I don't see what the problem could be. For version 5 of the protocol, LDM-6 uses the same LDM-5 code that LDM 5.2 does. Can you try adding an address transform rule and see what happens? > v/r > angelo > > Angelo Alvarez > System Administrator > NAVPACMETOCCEN/JTWC > https://www.npmoc.navy.mil > email: address@hidden > phone: 808.471.3645 Regards, Steve Emmerson
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