#1 xsd: When serving from behind NAT, utmp records NAT'd client origin IP not true origin

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opened 4 years ago by Russtopia · 0 comments

If xsd (the server) is running on a host behind a NAT, it records the NAT's translated IP:port from which client connects, not the true origin's IP.

Perhaps client & server need protocol update so that client sends its real IP as part of setup info (or is there a way to get client true IP despite NAT?)

If xsd (the server) is running on a host behind a NAT, it records the NAT's translated IP:port from which client connects, not the true origin's IP. Perhaps client & server need protocol update so that client sends its real IP as part of setup info (or is there a way to get client true IP despite NAT?)
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