Update shorewall to 188.8.131.52-2. The -2 package version fixes an upgrade bug from older versions due to the move from /etc/shorewall/masq to /etc/shorewall/snat
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My router downloaded this update last night. It clobbered my /etc/shorewall/masq file, and my router stopped routing my packets from my network.
Since shorewall 5.0.14 the preferred way to configure masquerading is the new file /etc/shorewall/snat.
Upstream package removed the installation of masq file from install.sh in favor of snat.
If you're using the old masq file, restore it after the update.
That is what I did, but it would be better if updates did not break peoples' routers.
Yeah I need to make sure upgrades don't break. I will probably just %ghost the old masq file
This update has reached 14 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
mbaldessari edited this update.
Ok so I tested an upgrade on a router here with /etc/shorewall/masq set and it did not break after the upgrade. I'd appreciate any feedback from others
No problem found: /etc/shorewall/masq has not been deleted by the update.
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