On Thursday 20 April 2006 05:14, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote:
> On 4/20/06, Drew Tomlinson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On 4/17/2006 2:29 PM Noah Silverman wrote:

> > > ipfw add 00280 allow tcp from any to any 22 out via bge0 setup
> > > keep-state ipfw add 00299 deny log all from any to any out via bge0
> > > ipfw add 0430 allow log tcp from any to me 22 in via bge0 setup limit
> > > src-addr 2
> >
> > I think this line is your problem.  "setup" matches the initial packet
> > with the syn flag set.  However since you have not added "keep-state",
> > no rule gets added to the dynamic rule set for this connection.

"limit" creates a dynamic rule, just like keep-state

> Yes. 'setup' is from "semi-stateful" firewall functionality while
> 'keep-state' is from fully stateful one. You can't use both in
> one rule without strange consequences. Just delete 'setup'
> words in both rules - it'll probably be fine.


Yes you can. When I used IPFW I did it that way and never had any problems.  

All it's saying is that a dynamic rule can only be setup by the legitimate 
first packet of a tcp handshake, and not by an out-of-sequence tcp packet. 
Once the dynamic rule exists, it passes packets with any tcp flags.
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