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Re: trouble with ipf
That was it, I thought I had already activated it, but hadn't. I
wanted to make sure things were working before putting an entry in
On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 11:03 AM, Greg A. Woods<woods%planix.com@localhost>
> At Fri, 19 Jun 2009 10:25:49 -0700, Michael Litchard
> <michael%schmong.org@localhost> wrote:
> Subject: trouble with ipf
>> I'm having some trouble with ipf right now. I'm not sure how to start
>> the troubleshooting process.
>> Any direction on this matter would be appreciated.
>> Here's some relevant information
>> michael# /sbin/ipf -Fa
>> ioctl(SIOCIPFFL): Input/output error
> Could it be as simple as not yet having IPF enabled?
> i.e. have you run:
> /sbin/ipf -E
> first? (it can be done with the first flush: "ipf -E -F a"
> This should be done automatically by /etc/rc.d/ipfilter if you simply
> set "ipfilter=YES" in /etc/rc.conf and reboot.
> Greg A. Woods
> Planix, Inc.
> <woods%planix.com@localhost> +1 416 218-0099
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