On Friday 07 April 2006 12:53, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > El día Friday, April 07, 2006 a las 12:43:09PM +0300, Nikos Vassiliadis escribió: > > > There is one of the oldest firewall toolkits, the TIS' FWTK, > > > > > > http://www.fwtk.org/main.html > > > > > > it has some so called 'plug-gw', writte in C, which does exactly what > > > you want, excepting TCP on one address:port and directing it > > > transparently to some other address:port (like the woman in the old > > > POTS did with the cable); you can (and I did it for testing purposes > > > as well) easy expand it to collect the data to some file, for example. > > > > It doesn't build on >=5.x :( > > The fwtk2.1 stops building in 'auth' on 6.0-REL with: > > $ make > ... > cc -g -o authsrv authsrv.o proto.o db.o pass.o srvio.o ../libauth.a > ../libfwall.a pass.o(.text+0x64): In function `passverify': > /usr/home/guru/sysSrc/fwtk/fwtk/auth/pass.c:39: undefined reference to > `crypt' pass.o(.text+0x129): In function `passset': > /usr/home/guru/sysSrc/fwtk/fwtk/auth/pass.c:70: undefined reference to > `crypt' *** Error code 1 > > but you don't need the 'authsrv'; just go over to > > $ cd plug-gw > $ make > cc -I.. -g -c plug-gw.c > cc -g -o plug-gw plug-gw.o ../libfwall.a > chmod 755 plug-gw > $ > > or fix the problem with 'crypt' :-)
I installed 15 ports or so and finally I have found net/balance. It does the job nicely. I guess doing it in Perl (without knowing Perl) would be much faster... Thanks matthias Nikos _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"