I'm just starting to play around with pf to get it to handle NAT for
a LAN, and I've just discovered that I don't know how to get pf to reload
/etc/pf.conf after I make changes to it.  "pfctl -d -e" doesn't do it, and
neither does "pfctl -d; pfctl -e".  Is there a way to do it besides rebooting?
     Please copy me in directly on any replies.  I'm subscribed to the digest
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I'll see the responses much sooner if they come to me directly as well as to
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     Thanks much!

                                  Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
* Internet:       bennett at cs.niu.edu                              *
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