temporary IP addition to firewall rules

Erik Norgaard norgaard at locolomo.org
Mon Feb 5 18:52:32 UTC 2007

Noah wrote:
> Erik Norgaard wrote:
>> Noah wrote:
>>> the servers and clients are not on the same LAN segment.  capturing 
>>> MAC has nothing to do with this scenario.
>> You haven't exactly told a lot about the network you want to setup. 
>> The logic thing is to authenticate against the firewall connected to 
>> the same subnet - and that will know the mac address. The same setup 
>> is assumed in the scenario using pfauth (or is it authpf).
> alot of assumptions that are incorrect.  the fireware is running as part 
> of freeBSD there is no edge firewall device to the LAN segment.  your 
> ideas will not work for my scenario.

Unless you are willing to spend some time explaining your setup, what 
you have and what you try to achieve, not many people are going to spend 
time trying to help you solve your problem.

- I'm out, good luck.
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