Built inbound ICMP connection for faddr gaddr laddr


A five second google search told me that:

faddr = foreign address

gaddr = global address (after NAT)

laddr = local address (pre NAT)

Since this is an inbound connection, the source IP address is the foreign one : The original destination address is which has been translated to the final destination address

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