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Will pfctl -sr show ordered rules when using -o profile?

When I enable the -o profile option with pf will pfctl -sr show me the new order of the rules?
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Can I create a pf rule involving MAC address instead of IP?

The title is self explanatory. I want to create rules in pf running on OpenBSD 4.9 for perticular MAC address, something like pass in on eth0 from mac 00:04:34:5f:34:33 to mac 34:32:34:06:5e:22 I ...
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How to configure something like “Reflexive ACL” on OpenBSD?

My U-Verse modem has something called "Reflexive ACL" described as Reflexive ACL: When IPv6 is enabled, you can enable Reflexive Access Control Lists to deny inbound IPv6 traffic unless this ...
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Portable firewall rules for Linux and Free/Net/Open/DragonFlyBSD

I need apply the same rules (lists of IPs with allow and drop rules) in firewalls of Linux and *BSD. Do you know some application (CLI) for to convert a list of rules in the specific format of each ...
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M0n0wall won't pass traffic on different LAN subnets unless “Bypass firewall rules” is checked

I have a working configuration, but a question is bugging me. The question centers around having multiple subnets on a single interface. LAN: 10.10.10.1/24 OpenVPN Server LAN IP: 10.10.10.250 ...
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OpenBSD/FreeBSD Firewall w/ GUI that is compatible with Intel 82574L Gigabit LAN NICs

I recently purchased a server to run m0n0wall or pfSense but I've learned since then that both of these firewall products are based on versions of FreeBSD which weren't yet compatible with the NICs in ...
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Provide IPv6 to network from OpenBSD firewall

I have an OpenBSD PF firewall that I have added a IPv6 tunnel to (using HE.net tunnelbroker). I can ping/traceroute IPv6 addresses from the firewall. Now I want to provide IPv6 services to the ...
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OpenBSD in a virtual box as a firewall

Is there any merit in installing a virtual machine with OpenBSD and pf (or any other simple and secure OS + iptable) on a mac laptop and routing all the traffic through that machine? I read a similar ...
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OpenBSD firewall - netbook hardware option - pros and cons

I'm considering putting OpenBSD on a netbook for use as a firewall. I am entertaining the idea of using a netbook because it has a built-in screen and keyboard, built-in battery backup, and a ...
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Linux equivalent of pfsync+carp for failover firewall/routing

I'm currently using a linux box to handle my firewall/NAT using iptables. It has two NICs, one link to a LAN switch, one to our egress Internet provider. I'm looking at upgrade this box to two boxes ...
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Packet Filter configuration to restrict traffic to the local host

I have been running a pf based filtering router on OpenBSD 4.3 for about a year now. My current task is to set up a new network segment for hosting our external sites. My aim is that machines set up ...