loading ipfw at boot time
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Sun Apr 28 22:10:57 UTC 2013
> On Sat, 27 Apr 2013 21:23:58 -0400, Joe wrote:
>> I know ipfw can be loaded at boot time by adding statements to
>> Problem is I dont know what the ipfw module names are.
>> How do I find the ipfw names to use?
> There are two ways. The first is to do a "ls" command in
> /boot/kernel to see the modules related to ipfw:
> According to the rule (see "man loader.conf" for details)
> of how modules are enabled, the corresponding statements
> for /boot/loader.conf would be:
> Note that the ipfw_nat module is only needed if you're
> going to use NAT functionality.
> The second way is to check /boot/defaults/loader.conf
> for related statements. It contains this line:
> ipfw_load="NO" # Firewall
> Is this what you've been searching for, or did I
> misunderstand your question?
Polytropon your the man.
You all ways come through with the correct answers with full details.
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