On Thu, 4 Dec 2003, Emmanuel Gravel wrote:
> I'm looking through rc.conf and the kernel config file for FreeBSD 4.9
> (recently downloaded it, my last upgrade was 4.5 so I was way behind,
> and this is a new install because my old firewall died). I'm used to
> using ipfw and natd for my firewall, but now I'm seeing ipfilter, ipnat
> and ipmon. I've done a google search on all of www.freebsd.org for
> ipfilter, but it only seems to show up in release notes, and the online
> handbook doesn't really talk about it. Since I haven't recompiled my new
> kernel, should I consider this instead of ipfw and natd? What's the
> difference, exactly?
> On a related note, I'm not sure what the usefulness of IPDIVERT is
> either, so I don't know if I should compile it in the kernel or not.
i'm currently using ipf and ipnat for firewall.
you can check this URL for ipf:
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