looking at manual page for rc.conf
fluca1978 at infinito.it
Tue May 19 10:01:30 UTC 2015
On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 10:37 PM, Jeffry Killen <jekillen at prodigy.net> wrote:
> Is the router address something that DHCP will figure out?
Well, dhcp is supposed to do its job suggesting an ip address, a
gateway, a coupld of dns servers.
> I have also looked at ifconfig(8) and have found anything.
The command you are looking for is (not surprisingly) route(8).
> I am also concerned about setting up tcp wrappers with inetd
> to forestal possible attempts to access via telnet, ssh, ftp and
> even MySql server (as I have seen frequently when I had static
> ip address service). This I have done when I did have static ip
> service. But with fire wall in DSL modem and DHCP configuration
> is it useful and advantageous?
I don't understand the question very well, but I would go for a
firewall on the interface (not the ip) with pf.
Hope this helps.
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