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Date:      Fri, 23 Jan 2009 06:30:37 -0800
From:      "Michael VanLoon" <michaelv@NonComposMentis.net>
To:        <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   RE: Dumb ipnat question
Message-ID:  <372A95C3CA654645B7407DAED7DC334C166EA3@dainbramage.NonComposMentis.net>
References:  <372A95C3CA654645B7407DAED7DC334C166EA2@dainbramage.NonComposMentis.net>

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From: owner-freebsd-questions@freebsd.org on behalf of Michael VanLoon
Sent: Thu 1/22/2009 3:43 PM
To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject: Dumb ipnat question



I have built a simple 7.1 system in a VM.  I built a custom kernel that =
is basically GENERIC minus some hardware stuff I don't need, plus a few =
things that look cool.

When I attempt to run the ipnat command, I get the error:
/dev/ipnat: open: No such file or directory

Sure enough, there are no ip* devices in /dev/.  In the "olden days", =
when I used to do a lot of BSD hacking, you used MAKEDEV to make the =
devices you wanted.  Nowadays, it's done with devfs.  I believe the =
upshot is that it's supposed to be semi-automagic, isn't it?

Anyway, what am I doing wrong?  What do I need to configure to use ipnat =
and then later ipfw or ipfilter?

- Michael
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