outgoing LAN traffic always in "keep state"
solinym at gmail.com
Wed Jun 21 09:46:30 UTC 2006
On 6/19/06, Ronnel P. Maglasang <rmaglasang at infoweapons.com> wrote:
> one note, i observe that reply packets can match a rule(s) on the
> internal interface.
When it passes through the firewall and out towards the LAN, right?
> > #normalize outgoing packets IP ID field
> > scrub log on vr0 all random-id fragment reassemble
Aside: doesn't scrubbing create a state?
This doesn't look like a dump from pfctl, since it has macros in it.
Can you double-check the active ruleset and make sure it is equivalent
to what you have in your config file?
pfctl -s rules
I notice that your list macros $lan and $wan have just one element in
them. This is illegal syntax on OpenBSD, so maybe your ruleset isn't
loading due to the syntax and hence packets are being evaluated
against an old ruleset, maybe the default.
Another handy thing is to run "pfctl -s rules -v -v" twice, with a
decent delay in between, and see what rules are getting evaluated.
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