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Date:      Sun, 15 Sep 2002 21:14:45 -0400
From:      "Scott M. Nolde" <scott@smnolde.com>
To:        freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org
Subject:   Fwd: Re: queues and firewalling
Message-ID:  <20020916011445.GD90537@smnolde.com>

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Gregory Bond(gnb@itga.com.au)@2002.09.16 10:07:36 +0000:
> > Pebcak...
> 
> Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard (or variants thereon).
> 

Yes, definitely.  I've been working on a huge firewall script which uses
an inbound and outbound pipe and queues specified inbound and outbound
flow.  I backed up an punted from a known good firewall and returned to my
journey.

For the most part, it's automagical and the packet filtering is
reminiscent of /etc/rc.firewall yet all the queues and pipes are set up
automagically by a series of runtime variables.  I plan on publishing it
soon on http://bsdvault.net.

Beta versions of the firewall script can be found here:
http://www.smnolde.com:7080/ipfw/rc.ipfw-test

ipfw show output is here:
http://www.smnolde.com:7080/ipfw/rc.ipfw-test.show

Feel free to comment.
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