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Sep
25
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Sep
25
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
I am starting to suspect some kernel module may be not loaded
Sep
25
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Sep
25
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Umh... I did not set any of them, I am just using the iptables commands above. Which one should I use ? Thanks for your patience!
Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Two of them are google ips (chrome) and one is from microsoft (probably skype)
Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
added ip route show output...
Sep
24
revised Check for packets MARKed by iptables
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Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Nothing to do... eth0: lots of UDP (NOK), all the TCP(OK) wlan0 just some UDP (NOK, just five packets) and no TCP (OK)
Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Ops, I forgot to say outgoing... I am gonna test it again after a reboot ;)
Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
Well, i did use tcpdump to monitor eth0 / wlan0 traffic, in order to see if TCP and UDP is going on the expected interface.
Sep
24
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Sep
24
comment Check for packets MARKed by iptables
well... you almost made my day... I see no TCP packets on wlan but I can still see some UDP packets on eth. Adding gateways does not change the situation: pastebin.com/pyRXRFmX
Sep
24
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revised Check for packets MARKed by iptables
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Dec
23
comment What is Gnome / KDE etc?
+1, good answer. I rate kde :P
Dec
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