Compacting the "pf -v -s rules" output similar to "ipfstat
parv at pair.com
Sun Dec 18 20:19:11 PST 2005
in message <20051218213501.GA72282 at holestein.holy.cow>,
wrote Parv thusly...
> Before i write it myself, has anybody got a already prepared way
> to compact the "pfctl -v -s rules" output ...
> pass in on lo0 all
> [ Evaluations: 22188 Packets: 10925 Bytes: 8392463 States: 0 ]
> pass out on lo0 all
> [ Evaluations: 21850 Packets: 10925 Bytes: 8392463 States: 0 ]
> ... to something like ...
> 22188 pass in on lo0 all
> 21850 pass out on lo0 all
I think i found /a solution/ in pflogd(8) man page via use of
tcpdump. I just have to get used to pf way of doing things like use
of bpf device & use of tcpdump to view rules statistics i suppose.
Ugh! (but what else can i do if i will be using pf?)
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