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Date:      Thu, 8 Nov 2012 17:30:32 +0330
From:      s m <>
Subject:   Re: getting packets on a specific port by pf
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dear takcoder

maybe you are right but now it is not important for me. i want to get
packets by pf in order to set packet's TOS bit (packets which comes from

have you any suggestion?

thanks for your attention

On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 4:11 PM, takCoder <> wrote:

> hey sam,
> i don't know the exact answer for your question.. but a question occurred
> in my mind..
> what's your final purpose of doing so? what do you exactly mean by the
> phrase "to change them"??
> and don't you think that this sequence of firewalls has a deep effect on
> your system performance? in my idea this seems just like a throughput
> bottleneck.. isn't it so? or it's not important here?
> any how.. if you tell us more details about what you're looking for, may
> be it become more clear for guys such as me! ;)
> yours,
> takcoder
> On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 3:53 PM, s m <> wrote:
>>  hello guys
>> i have a problem with getting packets which are diverted to a specific
>> port
>> by PF. i mean i diverted my packets to a specific port by IPFW and want to
>> get these packets by PF to change them.
>> i used "ipfw add 1000 divert 8000 all form any to any" command to divert
>> my
>> packets. how can i get these packets by pf on port number 8000?
>> pf has "divert-reply" option. should i use it to get packets? how? any
>> comments or hints are really appreciated.
>> thanks,
>> sam
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