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Re: NPF does not recognize npflog0
* Darrel (levitch%iglou.com@localhost) wrote:
> > pass final on $ext_if family inet proto icmp icmp-type echo all
> >ping is still not working.
> I never have problems with inet4, here is my icmp data:
> pass stateful out family inet proto icmp from $if_ext
> pass stateful in family inet proto icmp icmp-type 8 to $if_ext
> pass stateful in family inet proto icmp icmp-type 3 to $if_ext
This does not work on my machine.
Only the following works.
pass final on $ext_if family inet proto icmp all
> I also am having problems with inet6 ping. After a couple of hours
> or a day- it will be working again. Or if I go to the NetBSD
> console; it is good to have a kvm switch, and ping the FreeBSD
> workstation- then inet6 immediately is up again. Note that when
> inet6 ping is not working then secure shell login is also impossible
> to NetBSD over inet6.
I haven't tested ipv6 yet.
BTW what about your ftp client?
Is it allowed for passive ftp?
Last night I spent a few hours to make it work, but still not done.
Shall I change some configuration in my recent post?
"UNIX is basically a simple operating system,
but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity."
-- Dennis M. Ritchie
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