route-to for firewall-initiated traffic stops functioning when default gateway unreachable
opening to track issue we discussed earlier. Where WAN is an Ethernet interface, and OPT1/WAN2 is PPP, when WAN has no link, PPP stops functioning after the ARP cache for the default gateway expires. May affect other scenarios as well.
#1 Updated by Ermal Luçi almost 9 years ago
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It should behave correctly now.
A patch was added to allow packets sent from the host to reach pf(4) even though a route cannot be found. This is to allow route-to to forward packets even though the host itself does not have a route to the destination.