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About this captureCOLLECTED BY Organization: Alexa Crawls Starting in 1996, Alexa Internet has been donating their crawl data to the Internet Archive. Flowing in every day, these data are added to the Wayback Machine after an embargo period. Collection: Alexa Crawls DE Crawl data donated by Alexa Internet. This data is currently not publicly accessible TIMESTAMPSLennert Buytenhekbuytenh@math.leidenuniv.nl
Thu, 17 Feb 2000 13:42:52 +0100 (MET)On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Janne Liimatainen wrote:> Hi.Hello,> I just realized I’d need filtering on incoming interface. If I redirect> port 80 on the br0-chain with ipchains then eg. Squid doesn’t work on the> bridge.>> What good sides are there on filtering on outgoing?I don’t know. I want to let you people figure that out!greetings,Lennert