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Date:      Wed, 14 Mar 2012 12:39:32 +0530
From:      =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9my?= Sanchez <>
Subject:   Re: newbie IPFW user
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On Saturday 10 March 2012 00:39:24 Da Rock wrote:
> I'm relatively new to IPFW, not FBSD; the last time I used IPFW (I
> believe) was using 4.3. I'm now attempting to use IPFW for some tests=

> (and hopefully move to production), and I'm trying to determine how I=

> would setup binat using IPFW; or even if its possible at all.
> I've been hunting some more in depth documentation, but it appears to=
> scarce/not definitive. I suspect using the modes in libalias such as
> "use same ports" and "reverse" might be able to do what I'm looking f=
> Any clarity much appreciated.
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Well, what do you want to do with your firewall ?

Because ipfw is kick-ass for QoS management, and is fairly simple to us=
e in=20
other tasks, but if you want to do some complex NAT, it's going to be a=
in comparison to what pf offers.

Just make sure of what your main requirement is :)

My 2 cents,
R=E9my Sanchez
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