max at love2party.net
Thu Sep 27 11:53:07 PDT 2007
On Thursday 27 September 2007, David Verzolla wrote:
> Hi All,
> Its possible creates a rule that can match all the traffic designated
> to an specific interface?
> pass in on $vlan10 from <vlan10> to (the interface, not the address)
I'm not 100% sure what you are after here. The from/to part always takes
an address as argument. You can use the "($ext_if)" syntax to
dynamically fill in all addresses that are configured on the interface at
the moment of evaluation, but you can't directly influence routing
decisions. That means you can't write a single rule that says "traffic
from $vlan10 must only go to $ext_if". In order to do this, you should
take a look at tagging.
> The $ext_if:network doesn't works for me.
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