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Re: NPF error in /var/run/rc.log

On Sun, Dec 03, 2017 at 01:09:20AM +0700, Gua Chung Lim wrote:
> Hi all,
> > /etc/npf.conf:2:21: no addresses matched for interface 'wm0' near ')'
> I figured out their meaning. They are simply line number and column.
> But my first 4 lines in /etc/npf.conf are very simple.
> % head -n 4 /etc/npf.conf
> # /etc/npf.conf
> $ext_if0 = inet4(wm0)
> $int_if1 = inet4(wm1)
> $ext_if6 = inet6(wm0)
> A warning occurs on the second line, column 21.
> How can this be an error?
> Defining the interfaces is so simple.
> I didn't see anything wrong here.
> Anyone plese point me out.

It means that when your /etc/npf.conf is loaded, wm0 has no address
assigned to it. Could it be e.g., that wm0 isn't getting a response
to a dhcp request or something?

(I just reproduced this on a laptop that is connected to wireless, so
has no addresses assigned to the wired wm0.)



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