Pat Maddox wrote:
> 12.34.56.78 runs a server on port 1234
> 87.65.43.21 should connect to this
> 
> Both of them have PF rulesets that block off most traffic, keeping
> open the publically available ports I need open.  In this case though,
> any traffic over this port should only be between these two machines.
> I've tried to set this up, but I keep getting operation not permitted,
> connection refused, and connection reset by peer errors.  Thanks for
> any info.


Hi,

This'll do:

EIF=eif                 # external interface
HOSTA=12.34.56.78       # host A
HOSTB=87.65.43.21       # host B

# These lines go on host A
pass in  quick on $EIF from $HOSTB to $EIF port 1234
pass out quick on $EIF from $EIF to $HOSTB port 1234

# These lines go on host B
pass in  quick on $EIF from $HOSTA to $EIF port 1234
pass out quick on $EIF from $EIF to $HOSTA port 1234


Put those lines somewhere at the beginning of your pf.conf files. Also,
if I may add, this is very basic and you should consult/read/learn PF's
guide.


Cheers,
Mikhail.

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