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Re: IPF rules

I just tried again:If I acces email with both NetBSD and Windoze, I get a popup
regarding "suspicious access attempt". If I am using NetBSD, the mouse gets
frozen and I need to reboot.

Is Goog playing a new trick?

On Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 11:30 PM Brett Lymn <> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 01, 2021 at 10:17:48PM -0400, Todd Gruhn wrote:
> > I like the point about DNS -- sooo if I accept tcp/53 and udp/53, that
> > can speed things
> > up?
> >
> Well, at least you won't be breaking DNS which is a good start.  It is
> hard to say if it will or won't speed things up but it is an easy (and
> correct) thing to do anyway.
> >How would I know if IPF is the problem?
> Well, turning off the firewall and testing would be something you could
> do but you may not want to do that, you need to make that call yourself.
> You did lead with something that sounded like "ipf is slowing my gmail"
> >I stole the IPF rules from 2 of the IPF examples in
> >/usr/share/examples/ipf
> If you can it may be helpful to post a sanitised version of your
> ipf.conf (obscure ip addresses and other identifying info) so people can
> comment.
> --
> Brett Lymn
> --
> Sent from my NetBSD device.
> "We are were wolves",
> "You mean werewolves?",
> "No we were wolves, now we are something else entirely",
> "Oh"

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