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Re: H323 Rules for IPF
Interesting articles. Too bad such a handy thing has to be such a pain in
the arse. Has any work gone into developing a H323 proxy that would
integrate into PF for future releases of OBSD?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Holland" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Misc @OpenBSD" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 12:50 PM
Subject: Re: H323 Rules for IPF
> Geoff Sweet wrote:
> > Running an OpenBSD 29 firewall. Has anyone discovered a good rule set
> > H323 clients such as Netmeeting to allow bi-directional video and sound?
> > know a number of ports are used, but that requires RDR's and what not.
> > don't mind doing that but i'll be danged if I can get it ALL to work
> > Any thoughts? Or if you have other options please let me know. At this
> > I am pondering using Microsoft's ISA Netmeeting Gateway... hopefully
> > Thanks
> > Geoff Sweet
> Best rule for H.323 is "Don't do it!"
> Unfortunately, it is seemingly impossible to NAT or firewall H.323 in
> such a way that it leaves your firewall anything more than a
> My favorite discussion of the topic, from our own Kjell Wooding: