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@ zevlag – thanks for this! I was a bit desperate to fix this so I deleted the offending line from PREROUTING in iptables as ppalias (thanks also!) suggested.

Not sure if doing this will retain settings after rebooting the FW.

Actually – now I’m starting to worry that – as these lines do not show in the list of Virtual Servers, but only in the iptables – will they still exist after a box reboot?

Doing an ‘ls’ in that directory gives me:

root@zeroshell PAT> ls
03 09 14 19 33 41 44 59 62 69 73 81 84 87 90 93 97
04 100 15 22 38 42 55 60 63 70 74 82 85 88 91 94 98
07 13 16 23 39 43 58 61 64 71 75 83 86 89 92 96 99

The 100 directory seems to be the latest rule that I added.

Now here is what is interesting. When I add another rule via the virtual server page – this directory is 03, and what was on 03 seems to get deleted.

So what I am saying is that I have folders missing from this PAT folder seemingly being deleted by ZS as I have been adding new Virtual Servers. There are 51 PAT VS folders – but there are 74 NAT rules showing in PREROUTING.

If I reboot this box, will I end up with only 51 NAT rules?

Am I sitting on a timebomb?

This is seriously scary stuff…

J