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Anyone know a good web interface for pf?

I have a Windows admin who must access the firewall settings from time to time and I need a simple way for him to configure things in pf (don't laugh).

is there anything out there that will work well with pf? monitoring would be nice too.

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Anyone know a good web interface for pf?
cli (pf.conf) is 100% of available features of pf, but if gui it must be, then http://www.allard.nu/pfw/

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pfsense is great firewall appliance software that can run on most platforms... but it's freebsd-based
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There is an OpenBSD based product called ComixWall, it looks like it's still using the 4.2 release... it does however feature a Web interface for pf..

Perhaps it might be possible to extract it and make a package for OpenBSD? I honestly don't know..

http://www.comixwall.org
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Thanks guys. Like I said, I don't need it, but my associate is not good at the CLI. I will check out your suggestions.

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