duplicate nat rules listed by pfctl

David DeSimone fox at verio.net
Wed Mar 11 13:22:28 PDT 2009

Gianni <gdoe6545 at yahoo.it> wrote:
> With the following nat rules pfctl lists duplicate entries, can anyone  
> explain why this is?
> ext_if = "tun0"
> nat on $ext_if from $localnet to any -> ($ext_if)
> no nat on $ext_if from $localnet to $vpn_nets

What is the definition of $localnet?

> # pfctl -s nat
> nat on tun0 inet from to any -> (tun0) round-robin
> nat on tun0 inet from to any -> (tun0) round-robin
> no nat on tun0 inet from to
> no nat on tun0 inet from to

Also, don't you think you should put the "no nat" rule before the "nat"

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