Subject: Re: pf and/or altq on NetBSD (not current)?
To: John Klos <email@example.com>
From: Adrian Portelli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/15/2005 23:16:10
John Klos wrote:
> Anyone? Is it possible? A friend is trying to do it now, to no avail,
> and I'd like to do it soon. But there seems to be a lack of documentation.
> John Klos
If you're on 2.x you can try the security/pflkm package. If you're on
3.0_BETA it's in the base. Can't speak for the LKM myself as I have not
really given it a go. I do know that you will have to use pftcpdump
that comes with the package if you want to start tcpdumping pflog0.
In addition to this I think there are a few other packages floating
round in pkgsrc ATM that can be used with PF as well (sysutils/pfstat
and sysutils/pftop come to mind).
I recently ran up about 3-4 boxen on 3.0_BETA all using pf in a mixed
v4/v6 environment with no issues so far.
As far as documentation goes, it's just PF. So for me the usual entries
and then write your standard /etc/pf.conf. All man pages AFAIK are in
Sorry, but I have not played with ALTQ . . .