Which interface do I put natd and ipfw
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Mon Feb 2 05:40:54 PST 2004
Emmanuel Dwamena <dwamenae at gco.apana.org.au> writes:
> I need help to set up firewall on my freebsd 5.1 box. I have built new kernel
> with ipfw enabled and is working fine.
> I need to know which of the 3 interfaces do I put the natd and ipfw.
> My freebsd 5.1 box has 2 nic cards. ed0 connects to LAN and ed1 connects to
> adsl modem. I use user ppp to setup the connection to the isp who assigns
> dynamic ip address to the tun0 interface. I have no ip address assigned to
> ed1. I have traffc coming in through the tun0 from outside to the LAN. Which
> of the interfaces do I use to block unwanted traffic from the internet.- ed1
> or tun0?
> How do I configure the tun0 interface for the firewall since I do
> not know the interface address before hand?
You have two choices; either don't use the address in the firewall
setup at all (it isn't really useful...) or use the "me" keyword for
the address (see ipfw(8)).
> Secondly which interface do I
> place natd?
Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area:
resume/CV at http://be-well.ilk.org:8088/~lowell/resume/
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