flush natd rules
i'm using port forwarding with freebsd. i have an /etc/natd.conf file with
redirect_port tcp 192.168.0.4:80 80
when i try to change the address (i moved my webserver) and restart the network with "/etc/netstart restart" , the natd process complains. address allready in use.
rebooting, flushes the natd rules, and this solves the problem. can i also do this at runtime?
or how can i flush my natd-rules without rebooting my system.
thanks in advance,
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