I want to store table data in /etc/pfspammers so I created the file and
also put in the pf.conf table definition on line 18

table <pfspammers> persist file /etc/pfspammers

and added a rule to block tcp connections if an IP is in /etc/pfspammers

When I reload pfctl, I get a warning:
No ALTQ support in kernel
ALTQ related functions disabled
/etc/pf.conf:18: syntax error
pfctl: Syntax error in config file: pf rules not loaded

First off, the ALTQ lines aren't really so much of an error, since you're not trying to use altq functionality; don't worry about that.

As for the actual error on line 18, if you review:


You'll see that the file name should be enclosed in quotes. If that doesn't fix the error, please post the contents of /etc/pfspammers, so it can be checked for syntax errors.

Alex Kirk

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