barner at gmx.de
Sun Feb 20 18:36:07 GMT 2005
> Set IPFW to allow traffic on ports 80, 10000, and 23 (That's the default
> SSH port, right?)
Nope, it's 22.
> Then start IPFW with the kernel module (I know how to do this)
Have you already read
It describes how to enable ipfw in rc.conf, and how to specify a
firewall script that loads the rules during the boot process.
Suppose, your fw script is /etc/ipfw.rules. Then the following should
(no warranty, of course ;-) load your rules without a reboot:
# kldload ipfw.ko && sh /etc/ipfw.rules
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