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iptables and --tee option

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by lovingHDTV, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. lovingHDTV

    lovingHDTV Network Guru Member

    I just ugraded from my wrt54gs v1 running tomato v1.23 to a new E3000 running tomato-E3000USB-1.28.8690MIPSR2_RAF-Ext.bin

    I had in my firewall script the following:
    iptables -A PREROUTING -t mangle -p udp --dport 10000 -j ROUTE --gw --tee

    This would duplicate and forward my vonage SIP packets to my media server that would then send out a YAC message to my TVs telling me who was calling.

    When I put this into the new version of Tomato it does not work quite right. Basically the phone quits working, but I do get the YAC messages. It appears to be forwarding the packets, not duplicating them as the --tee option supports.

    I have tried this with and without the following in my scripts init:
    insmod ipt_ROUTE

    I had to have that in my scripts init because it was an early build with the --tee support so I had to load the module.

    Is this not supported in the later builds of tomato?


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