pf not loading the rules at boot
ianchov at gmail.com
Mon May 8 08:07:07 UTC 2006
On 5/8/06, Doug Barton <dougb at freebsd.org> wrote:
> Iantcho Vassilev wrote:
> > Hello to all,
> > I noticed such a problem:
> > I have a 6.1 RC2
> Step one should be to upgrade to the latest 6-stable, and run mergemaster.
I will do that in the next couple of days because i did it 5 days ago..
> and i have in rc.conf
> > pf_enable="YES"
> > pflogd_enable="YES"
> I think you already corrected yourself to say that you have pflog_enable,
> not pflogd_, correct?
I have pflog_enable from the beginning...in the list i made a mistake and
> but when the system boots i test with:
> > pfctl -vs rules
> > and there are not rules loaded.if i load them by hand there is no
> When you say "load them by hand," what do you do exactly?
I mean: pfctl -f /etc/pf.conf
> then i made:
> > rc_debug="YES"
> Try adding rc_info=yes as well.
I have tried ..but nothing new is showing...
> and the first thing that i saw was: when pf_enable is after pflogd_enable
> > it is not printed(checked)..
> The order of the variables in your rc.conf file is not relevant.
> > i put pf_load="YES" >> /boot/loader.conf
> > and still the ruleset is NOT loaded on boot...
> The rc system doesn't know anything about /boot/loader.conf.
> I'm also interested in what happens if you add -v to the pf_flags. What
> the permissions on /etc/pf.conf?
If i add pf_flags="-v" nothing happens..
The permissions are: 755
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