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Meaning of Original Client IP in monitoring/Logging

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Meaning of Original Client IP in monitoring/Logging - 28.Sep.2005 6:43:00 PM   
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On a UDP packet in the log, does anyone know what the "Original Client IP" field refers to?

I'm getting similiar UDP transport log entries (same Client IP, same Dest IP, same destination port) multiple times in the log. Some are denied and other's allowed. The only difference between the two is that all UDP packets denied have the Original Client IP address equal to the Client Ip Address. All UDP packets allowed have the Original Client IP address equal to the Destination IP.

[ September 28, 2005, 06:46 PM: Message edited by: tm ]
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