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Any ideas why this rule won't parse?

ipfw add 10 deny ip from \{ not 127.0.0.1 and not 10.12.34.0/24 \} to any 53 out xmit wan0

ipfw doesn't like and and says: ipfw: missing ")"

I've tried other variants, for example, putting the not in front of the brace expression, putting the two IPs in a table and then saying not table(xyzzy) and nothing will work.

Is there a way to express this with ipfw?

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  • Placing and inside braces is not valid syntax. Placing not in front of braces is not valid syntax. However, placing not in front of a table declaration should be valid. Jan 29 '21 at 10:30
  • Additionally, sets of alternative match patterns (or-blocks) can be constructed by putting the patterns in lists enclosed between parentheses ( ) or braces { }, and using the or operator as follows: ipfw add 100 allow ip from { x or not y or z } to any (Citing from ipfw(5) )
    – pnadeau
    Feb 1 '21 at 21:02
  • Exactly, you have used and, but the manual only mentions using or. Feb 1 '21 at 21:07

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