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comment APT pinning or faking the version number of my own package?
thanks for answering. You miss the point in your second point if the upstream package gets updated before I get to update mine, it would suddenly take precedence. So the Debian revision number is not a good way. The first one is what I already implied in my question. The epoch is likely the best solution, so thanks for bringing that up. I'll check it out and accept it if it works out. For now +1.
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comment Linux iptables DNAT 53306 to 127.0.0.1 3306
Instead of public IP 0.0.0.0 is also an option, albeit less specific.
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comment iptables… blocking a range without flooding ipset set with IPs
@StéphaneChazelas: I know how subnets are calculated. I was just speculating. However, the original question with /24 is unlikely to add 64k IP addresses to the set.