running 4.7 with firewall, natd enabled kernel. i wish to create firewall
rules outside of the rc.firewall script that remain static across
reboots. to that end, i created a set (rc.firewall.rules), pointing
rc.conf to that set:


/etc/rc.firewall.rules lines are in the format:

add 00100 all ip from any to any via lo0
add 00200 deny ip from any to

is this right? when i boot to these conditions, and ipfw show, i get
the set that appears when i set firewall_type="OPEN"

is this the proper format for rules in a static file?

regards to all!

stephen d. kingrea

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