RE: [pfSense-discussion] Re: Content Filtering

2005-10-26 Thread Gary Buckmaster
Chris, I'm looking at the web page for copfilter and it's a decent enough looking project, although it seems to be geared more towards virus and spam filtering for email, and virus filtering of http traffic. Is that an accurate statement? If so, it will not do the same job that

Re: [pfSense-discussion] Re: Content Filtering

2005-10-26 Thread chris
Gary Buckmaster wrote: Chris, I'm looking at the web page for copfilter and it's a decent enough looking project, although it seems to be geared more towards virus and spam filtering for email, and virus filtering of http traffic. Is that an accurate statement? Yes that

Re: [pfSense-discussion] authpf package

2005-10-26 Thread Bill Marquette
On 10/26/05, Scott Ullrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there any way to easily hook pam/radius up to authpf? Yes, but that handles the passwords, not the fact that the user needs to have an account on the box (radius doesn't give back UID/GID and shell information). --Bill

Re: [pfSense-discussion] bridging and traffic shaping

2005-10-26 Thread Dan Swartzendruber
At 01:48 PM 10/26/2005, you wrote: On 10/26/05, Dan Swartzendruber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Okay, glad to see I wasn't on drugs :) So my idea of bridging OPT2 (with my roommate's router behind it) with WAN should work then? The ONLY thing I care about is his hogging the precious upstream BW

Re: [pfSense-discussion] state-table size display wrong?

2005-10-26 Thread Scott Ullrich
I have reproduced this problem here. The first AJAX update shows the correct size then it reverts back to 1. I'm looking for the problem now. On 10/26/05, Rainer Duffner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I upped that number (10k by default) to 100k but on the System Overview page, it's

RE: [pfSense-discussion] Re: Content Filtering

2005-10-26 Thread Gary Buckmaster
For spam/virus filtering at the firewall level, I personally have used a combination of amavisd-new+spamassassin+clamav+postfix, I've also used postfix+dspam, for those who don't host a mail server, you can use p3scan+spamassassin(or dspam)+clamav to do transparent pop3 scanning. Also, I

RE: [pfSense-discussion] CF Card Size

2005-10-26 Thread Craig FALCONER
Use the 128 - it'll be fine. Put the 1Gb in your camera or flog it off to someone with a CF based camera. Or get a USB/CF reader and use it as portable storage :) -Original Message- From: Mojo Jojo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 26 October 2005 5:06 p.m. To:

Re: [pfSense-discussion] CF Card Size

2005-10-26 Thread Mojo Jojo
I took it out of my camera, it's back in there now. :) Todd - Original Message - From: Craig FALCONER [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: discussion@pfsense.com Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 2:21 PM Subject: RE: [pfSense-discussion] CF Card Size Use the 128 - it'll be fine. Put the 1Gb in