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Re: pf and rpi

On 2 Oct 2014 at 21:20, Christian Koch wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 02, 2014 at 04:06:22PM +0200, Zoran Kolic wrote:
> > I put rpi behind the closet. I see this as a proof of the concept.
> > Aside my previous idea (pfctl; shutdown -r +10), I got answer:
> >   sleep <sometime>; pfctl -d
> > My biggest puzzle is syntax for pf. On netbsd it is somewhere about
> > version 4.2 openbsd. I cannot say for sure if it supports modulate
> > state and else.
> > Best regards
> > 
> >                            Zoran
> Seriously, why aren't you using NPF? NPF is the packet filter that is actually
> being developed on and for NetBSD. And I'm positive it'll work just fine on
> Raspberry Pi.


I'm not using npf, perhaps because I'm still using ipf as from
1997, and above page doesn't go anywhere on my system with win98
and seamonkey as (as of 2012). My big desktop, nbsd-6, had cd 
drive failure during system update repartitioning but why should
I have to use that anyway. I can also use ipv6 which ipf handles.


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