oh yes. i did type exactly like that. and still pf didn't load on startup
even though it has /etc/rc.d/pf and like i said before, i have to re-load
the pf by using /etc/rc.d/pf restart

btw, what kind of freebsd's distro that you used without having problem on
this pf? 7.0?

On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 4:59 PM, Doug Hardie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>
> On May 14, 2008, at 01:40, CyberSans AirBort wrote:
>
>  kldstat only shows:
> > Id Refs Address    Size     Name
> >  1    7 0xc0400000 910b90   kernel
> >  2    1 0xc0d11000 6a32c    acpi.ko
> >  3    1 0xc6c4f000 22000    linux.ko
> >
> > yes, i already put:
> > pf_load="YES"
> > pflog_load="YES"
> > pfsync_load="YES"
> > inside /boot/loader.conf
> >
> > and my previous message, i already compile the kernel with pf and put
> > appropriate line inside /etc/rc.conf
> >
> > and the pf still do not loading when freebsd 7.0 boot up.
> >
> > thank you
> >
> > On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 2:28 PM, Doug Hardie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > On May 13, 2008, at 18:24, CyberSans AirBort wrote:
> >
> > hello there. sorry if this similar question been asked before in this
> > forum.
> >
> > my problem is, i install freebsd 7.0 and after that compile the kernel
> > to
> > enable pf (using the same method like freebsd's handbook said):
> >
> > device pf
> > device pflog
> > device pfsync
> >
> > options ALTQ
> > options ALTQ_CBQ
> > options ALTQ_RED
> > options ALTQ_RIO
> > options ALTQ_HFSC
> > options ALTQ_CDNR
> > options ALTQ_PRIQ
> > options ALTQ_NOPCC
> >
> > and i put everything inside /etc/rc.conf
> >
> > pf_enable="YES"
> > pf_rules="/etc/pf.conf"
> > pf_flags=""
> > pflog_enable="YES"
> > pflog_logfile="/var/log/pflog"
> > pflog_flags=""
> >
> > and guess what? pf is not loading when startup. i have to manually
> > restarted
> > the pf using /etc/rc.d/pf restart
> >
> > is that a bug? i never have this kind of problem when using version 5.*
> > or
> > 6.*
> >
> > Did you load the kernel extensions: pflog and pf?  Use kldstat and make
> > sure both of them appear.  I had to add pflog_load="YES" to
> > /boot/loader.conf to get it to work properly.
> >
>
> pf should be loaded by /etc/rc.d/pf.  pflog has to be loaded by you.
>  Easiest is in /boot/loader.conf as described above.  Check the typing very
> carefully for the pf commands.  Mine are:
>
> pf_enable="YES"                 # Enable PF (load module if required)
> pf_rules="/etc/pf.conf"         # rules definition file for pf
> pf_flags=""                     # additional flags for pfctl startup
>
>
>
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