SV: pf firewall and ftp
dennylin93 at hs.ntnu.edu.tw
Mon Apr 16 13:21:40 UTC 2012
On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 09:39:38AM +0200, Hasse Hansson wrote:
> To solve the ftp pre 4.7 part, you can start reading here
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> Emne: Re: pf firewall and ftp
> Fbsd8 wrote:
> > Running 9.0 as a gateway host with pf firewall enabled.
> > FTP is launched by inetd.
> > Both active and passive ftp works from lan pc's to the host ftp.
> > The lan ftp session can be initiated from the host or any lan pc and
> > things work because there are no rules on the lan interface except
> > single pass all rule.
> > But I can not do host initiated or lan initiated ftp sessions to the
> > public internet. Get "operation not permitted" message. Tried to setup
> > ftp-proxy per openbsd pf manual without any joy.
> > Looking for working rule set with nat and ftp services to study and
> > learn from.
> OK I have uncovered what the problem is.
> The pf version running on Freebsd 9.0 matches the version running on openbsd
> 4.5. Found it on man pf at the end.
> The documentation on the Openbsd website for pf is for Openbsd 5.0 and it
> has warning saying "NOTE: This information is for OpenBSD 4.7. NAT
> configuration was significantly different in earlier versions."
> http://pf4freebsd.love2party.net/ has more info about how back dated the
> 9.0 Freebsd production version of pf is.
> The Freebsd handbook had a detailed section on pf including rules examples
> matching the version of pf included with 9.0 But someone allowed it to be
> removed in the current version of the handbook.
> So here we are with an outdated version of pf in the current production
> 9.0 version of Freebsd and there is no documentation available on nat rule
> syntax in the handbook or at openbsd/pf.
The version of PF in FreeBSD is corresponds to the one in OpenBSD 4.5.
There are old versions of the OpenBSD PF FAQ on mirrors:
> Going to dig through the 9.0 pf man pages for the info
The rules should also be documented in the man pages.
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