PRs for manpage 'natd(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'natd(8)' as of Sat Apr 19 07:38:10 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'natd(8)':
|o||2005/12/01||bin/89799||[patch] Making natd(8) not require a newline at the end of a configuration file.|
|o||2005/02/04||bin/77089||natd(8) ignores -u with passive FTP|
|o||2003/07/27||kern/54891||[libalias] [patch] libalias(3)/natd(8) and exporting connection-info for identd|
|o||2003/01/27||bin/47540||[patch] Make natd(8) configurable in running state without loss of dynamic connections|
|o||2001/07/27||bin/29253||natd(8) forgets about udp connections|
|o||2000/08/30||bin/20944||natd(8) enhancements, default config file and manpage additions|
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