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Snow Leopard Server on Macbook Pro

I currently use my MBP7,1 as my primary computer, running 10.6 and Win7. I would like to switch to OSX Server so I can have a bit more control over the network services and ipfw. is it possible to run ...
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ipfw - purpose of outgoing keep-state?

I'm looking over the ipfw rules for our webserver and it struck me that we use check/keep-state on all outgoing traffic. We only have a handful ports open in both directions. We dont have much ...
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Showing ipfw configured pipes

Using ipfw I'm configuring pipes, but not actually adding/binding them to a port. For example: ipfw pipe 1 config bw 100KByte/s ipfw pipe 2 config bw 200KByte/s Above I've configured pipes 1 and 2 ...
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Mac OS X Firewall isn't firewalling

Rather confused by the results I'm getting on a Mac OS X Server running 10.8. I have an app that is running a web server on port 8000, which I want to be visible only to localhost. This seems ...
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redirect IP on osx

On my Mac OS X (10.6.8) I'd like to make all requests for 111.111.111.111 go to 222.222.222.222 for all ports. To test this, I have a webserver at 222.222.222.222:80 which will respond with a page for ...
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FreeBSD jail with IPFW with loopback - unable to connect loopback interface

I am trying to configure a one IP jail with loopback interface, but I am unsure how to configure the IPFW rules to allow traffic to pass between the jail and the network card on the server. I have ...
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HTTPD dies on FreeBSD if multiple connenctions are open from same client

I've asked this question on StackOverflow, but nobody answered, until yesterday... and the answer was a suggestion... to ask this here :). So... can someone help me with this : I'm new in networking ...
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Check-state counter is always zero

My firewall rules are: 00010 660 73050 allow ip from any to any via lo0 00011 0 0 deny ip from any to 127.0.0.0/8 00012 0 0 deny ip from 127.0.0.0/8 to any ...
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Restrict “open” ethernet traffic to OpenVPN Traffic only when on a certain network

I would like to set up a pf or ipfw firewall rule on my Mac OS X 10.8 notebooks so that all Traffic on wireless and cabled networks is restricted to calling "home" through OpenVPN when I'm not in the ...
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Local transparent proxy with ipfw and squid

I want to use a local transparent proxy to have a single place to enter the password to an office proxy. Basically, all the TCP packets sent to port 80 except the ones sent to specific subnet should ...
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Freebsd, ipfw sched - config type = QFQ get frozen

I have some freebsd soft-router $uname -r 8.2-STABLE code for ipfw: pipe 50 config bw 70Mbit/s sched 50 config type QFQ queue 502 config sched 50 weight 1 mask dst-ip 0xffffffff queue 501 ...
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NAT with IPFW in FreeBSD without divert

I'm using IPFW and trying to do NAT on my LAN (FreeBSD 11). I'm following https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/ipfw-nat-setting.46929/ but I can't get it working. The FreeBSD manual uses divert which is ...
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Ipfw forward from table to IP

I try to forward on FreeBSD all requests on port 80,443 from clients in some table to one IP. ipfw add 80 fwd ip from "table(10)" dst-port 80,443 to x.x.x.x:80 So, not working... What i did wrong?
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FreeNAS jail port forwarding without DHCP

I'm trying to get port forwarding working correctly with jails, and having trouble (I don't have any experience with ipfw or FreeBSD jails. is ipfw even running by default on FreeNAS? I notice pf is ...
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Accessing public ip from within freebsd jail with ipf and ipnat

I'm using FreeBSD 9.3 (same issue with 9.2 and 10.0 in test VMs). I have jails running on lo1 10.0.0.x addresses. I use ipf with this config in /etc/ipf.rules: pass in quick on em0 all pass out quick ...
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FreeBSD 10 IPFW IPv6

I'm struggling to allow IPv6 connections on my FreeBSD 10 server. I have a working IPv6 connection. But IPFW blocks all the IPv6 traffic. #!/bin/sh # # flush existing rules ipfw -q flush # allow ...