Subject: Re: Building IP-login (ipfw or what)
To: Alan Barrett <email@example.com>
From: Petter Lindquist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/04/2003 13:45:53
On Fri, 4 Apr 2003, Alan Barrett wrote:
> > To start with I could ask if there is any good iplogin solution availab=
> > for netbsd.
> What do you mean when you say "good iplogin solution"?
A solution that works?
> > If not, is there any possibility to run ipfw on netbsd?
> ipfw is not part of NetBSD, but you might be able to port it.
I know it isn't part of netbsd, that's why I'm writing, hoping that
someone already had done this.
> > If not, is there any possibility to dynamically add and remove ipf rule=
> > in the middle of a ruleset?
> Yes. See the ipfw.conf(5) man page, and search for the word 'insert'.
ipfw is not ipf.
> Alternatively, you could dynamically build an entire replacement ruleset
> (say using a script that rewrites /etc/ipf.conf), and atomically switch
> to the new ruleset (say using "/etc/rc.d/ipfilter reload", or using "ipf
I was thinking about this one too... but that's not a nice solution. :(
perhaps I'll go for freebsd or nomad.
/P=E5llen - http://www.astrakan.hig.se/~pollen