On Wednesday 28 July 2004 16:18, Steve Bertrand wrote: > > On Wednesday 28 July 2004 15:53, Steve Bertrand wrote: > >> >> I figured so...what happens if you add 'keep-state' to rules 20000, > >> >> 20002 > >> >> and 20003? > >> > > >> > Nothing. > >> > BTW, here we have the problem: The initial SYN packet isn't matched by > >> > rule > >> > 11700 (setup keep-state). Setup means the SYN flag is set, right? > >> > >> AFAIK, setup means the SYN bit MUST be set. Try these rules: > >> > add 01900 deny log tcp from any to any in established > >> > >> add 2000 allow log all from any to any in via rl1 keep-state > >> add 2002 allow log all from any to any out via rl0 keep-state > >> > >> > So why > >> > is > >> > it not matched? If I remove the "setup" keyword to match all outgoing > >> > packets, the SYN/ACK from the server is still denied by rule 01900. > >> > >> I'll go over the ruleset again here and see if I can find a misplaced > >> 'out' or 'in'. > > > > Now it is getting funny. I played around with the ruleset, adding and > > removing > > count log rules. Suddenly it worked. I removed all extra count log rules, > > and > > compared the resulting ruleset file with the backup I made before. > > Nothing changed! Was that a bug? > > I'd like to see the difference. Could you post this output? (The contents > of rules.patch). > > # diff orig_rules_file new_rules_file > rules.patch
Nothing! That produces an empty file. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"