Lost in rules!
gibblertron at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 16:58:17 UTC 2011
Just wanted to confirm that you compiled Squid with SQUID_PF set...
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 4:16 AM, Leslie Jensen <leslie at eskk.nu> wrote:
> On 2011-03-28 05:58, Vilem Kebrt wrote:
>> Dne 26.3.2011 17:18, Leslie Jensen napsal(a):
>>> block drop in log quick proto ipv6 all
>>> block drop out log quick proto ipv6 all
>> Hi Leslie,
>> imho these rules will "drop random everything" , definition of ipv6 in
>> PF is inet6 :) and they are quick so no other rules aply.
>> block drop in on $ext_if inet6 all
>> block drop out on $ext_if inet6 all
>> should be these rules i think.
> Thank you!
> That cured some of the problem.
> The remaining problem is that the squid transparency is not working.
> I can set proxy in my browser and it will use squid. But it seems that my
> rdr rule is no used.
> I've tried starting squid manually with squid -NCd10 but there's no
> indication of any errors.
> I'm also running
> tcpdump -s 256 -n -e -tttt -i pflog0
> But I cannot see any of the outgoing packets getting detected by pf and sent
> to the proxy.
> Do you have any suggestions on how to log more information?
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