I compiled IPFIREWALL into the kernel with the options to DEFAULT TO ACCEPT ALL and the VERBOSE=50 option. With the support for IPFW in the kernel I then added firewall_enable=off to the rc.conf (with some other options that are commented out at the moment). The reason for having the firewall off right now is because i was told that rc.firewall in /etc needed to be configured for my network card (or IP addresses) before it will be able to work. My box is located at a datacebter and my box is allocated with about 90 IP addresses (and also the main server IP which was given to me when i first purchased the line). I would like to know how to configure /etc/rc.firewall to support my MAIN ip and also how to make sure the other IPS added to my box are recognized and protected by the firewall.
Also I noticed in rc.firewall there are different modes to put the firewall in like simple mode, client mode, etc. (different firewall powers i guess). It would be greatly appreciated if someone can show me how to configure ipfw. I could not thank anyone more for the future help i might recieve on this issue.
If you guys need a copy of rc.conf or rc.firewall in order to help just email me and i will provide an attachment.
Thamks in advance
Regards, Jonathan _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"