IP Filter changes in FreeBSD
kris at obsecurity.org
Mon Feb 7 11:16:22 PST 2005
On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 11:08:54AM -0500, Jim Arnold wrote:
> >If you don't have it in your kernel, the module will be loaded at boot
> >time if it's available. If you don't have the module either, you
> >can't use ipfilter.
> I must have been using the module with 4.7 stable since I did not
> have that in the kernel I was running with 4.7. After I upgraded to
> 4.11 and IPF was not working I edited my kernel config file to
> uncomment the lines for IPF and then compiled the new kernel. I still
> don't have an answer why this happened.
> Was the module taken out of 4.11 or an earlier version on FreeBSD?
No, it's still there as long as you build modules. If you have
NO_MODULES in your make.conf, you won't, of course.
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