Help with IP Filter 4.1.8

Erik Norgaard norgaard at
Mon Feb 27 07:42:11 PST 2006

Roman Serbski wrote:

> Adding the 'log' keyword produced the following record:
> xl0 @0:2 b XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX,53 -> YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY,60808 PR udp len 20 298 IN bad

read this line: This tells you where the packet is blocked. IIRC @0:2 
means group 0 (you don't use groups) and 2 should be the second rule.

If you list the ruleset with ipfstat -n that should give you rules with 
the same labeling.

Also, add log keyword to your outgoing rule, to see that it is actually 
there the decision is made. You could have some default pass that does 
not create the state.

I know that you've checked and rechecked - but it is really helpful for 
us to have the whole ruleset. If you like, change your ip's to x.x.x.x 
(but keep different ips different).

Cheers, Erik

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