I am for the forseeable future going to be using a 2.2.x kernel on my
alpha. I have set up ipmasqing and firewalling on it and have come across
something that I can't found an answer to.
Some applications like Quake or ICQ need specific modules to work with
ipmasqing. I get how ipmasqing works, but how do the packets sent out by
said applications differ from say, telnet or http, that they require this
sort of modification?
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