On Wed, Apr 25, 2001 at 01:30:03PM +0100, kevin lyda articulated:
> it's because the protocol in question makes reference to the layer
> below it. so when quake data is streaming between the server and client,
> it makes reference to the ip address (and maybe the tcp port) being used
> by the client. the quake ipmasq module has to grab that part of the
> protocol and replace it with the ip address (and tcp port if required)
> being used by the masq'ing box since that's what the server sees.
That makes perfect sense. Thanks a mil,
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