Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2022 13:52:10 UTC
The branch stable/13 has been updated by cy: URL: https://cgit.FreeBSD.org/src/commit/?id=52f62a6983ec4a72c4bf4bda8028232dbad2dc53 commit 52f62a6983ec4a72c4bf4bda8028232dbad2dc53 Author: Cy Schubert <cy@FreeBSD.org> AuthorDate: 2022-01-04 15:09:43 +0000 Commit: Cy Schubert <cy@FreeBSD.org> CommitDate: 2022-02-07 13:51:17 +0000 ipfilter: Fix manpage typos Reported by: jrtc27 Fixes: 2582ae5740181e0d2bab10003d66ae91c9b56329 (cherry picked from commit ad07e93fe10baf9228b809997da3cf817486b018) --- sbin/ipf/ipf/ipf.5 | 2 +- sbin/ipf/ipf/ipl.4 | 2 +- sbin/ipf/ipftest/ipftest.1 | 2 +- sbin/ipf/ipnat/ipnat.5 | 4 ++-- sbin/ipf/ipsend/ipsend.5 | 2 +- 5 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-) diff --git a/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipf.5 b/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipf.5 index 2b5d756531eb..6908479f4c2e 100644 --- a/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipf.5 +++ b/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipf.5 @@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ auth rules cause the matching packet to be queued up for processing by a user space program. The user space program is responsible for making an ioctl system call to collect the information about the queued -packet( and another ioctl system call to return the verdict (block,); +packet and another ioctl system call to return the verdict (block, pass, etc) on what to do with the packet. In the event that the queue becomes full, the packets will end up being dropped. .HP diff --git a/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipl.4 b/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipl.4 index 696b2aa4533b..da1d9e61ce0f 100644 --- a/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipl.4 +++ b/sbin/ipf/ipf/ipl.4 @@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ The ioctls which are for use with logging and don't affect the filter are: The SIOCIPFFB ioctl flushes the log buffer and returns the number of bytes flushed. FIONREAD returns the number of bytes currently used for storing log data. If IPFILTER_LOG is not defined when compiling, SIOCIPFFB is not -available( and FIONREAD will return but not do anything.); +available and FIONREAD will return but not do anything. .PP There is currently no support for non-blocking IO with this device, meaning all read operations should be considered blocking in nature (if there is no diff --git a/sbin/ipf/ipftest/ipftest.1 b/sbin/ipf/ipftest/ipftest.1 index d240967294f5..10232d338d9f 100644 --- a/sbin/ipf/ipftest/ipftest.1 +++ b/sbin/ipf/ipftest/ipftest.1 @@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ in providing a secure IP environment. \fBipftest\fP will parse any standard ruleset for use with \fBipf\fP, \fBipnat\fP and/or \fBippool\fP and apply input, returning output as to the result. However, \fBipftest\fP -will( return one of three values for packets passed through the filter:); +will return one of three values for packets passed through the filter: pass, block or nomatch. This is intended to give the operator a better idea of what is happening with packets passing through their filter ruleset. diff --git a/sbin/ipf/ipnat/ipnat.5 b/sbin/ipf/ipnat/ipnat.5 index 00d186ad9f40..ab56573d79ea 100644 --- a/sbin/ipf/ipnat/ipnat.5 +++ b/sbin/ipf/ipnat/ipnat.5 @@ -252,8 +252,8 @@ are always in the .I inbound , .I outbound -order.( In this case, hme0 would be the return interface and le0 would be); -the( outgoing interface. If you wish to allow return packets on any); +order. In this case, hme0 would be the return interface and le0 would be +the outgoing interface. If you wish to allow return packets on any interface, the correct syntax to use would be: .nf diff --git a/sbin/ipf/ipsend/ipsend.5 b/sbin/ipf/ipsend/ipsend.5 index fc8691198247..346f4e7ced8f 100644 --- a/sbin/ipf/ipsend/ipsend.5 +++ b/sbin/ipf/ipsend/ipsend.5 @@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ further protocol headers. .TP .B hl <number> manually specifies the IP header length (automatically adjusts with the -presence of IP options and defaults to 5); +presence of IP options and defaults to 5 .TP .B v <number> set the IP version. Default is 4.