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Re: NPF documentation
On 03/10/13 17:41, Mindaugas Rasiukevicius wrote:
> As those of you tracking source changes may have already noticed, there
> have been various improvements to NPF over the last few months (e.g. support
> for dynamic NPF rules). NetBSD 6.1 has recently entered Release Candidate
> stage, therefore wider testing would be more than welcome!
> Additionally, I created a web page for NPF documentation:
> Hopefully, over the time, it will expand. There is a read-only GIT
> repository you can clone.
> P.S. There is a potential GSoC 2013 project for NPF, see projects page
> in the Wiki!
The documentation is really nice and I am using npf in production on
several 6.0/6.0.1/6.1_RC1 virtual machines.
It's looking good! I didn't know about the dynamic rules feature, that's
Incidentally, are there any plans to log to a file (a la pflogd) and is
there an equivalent pftop utility that can be used to inspect the
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