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Old 21st March 2012
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Default Identify rules to behaviour

Hi every one,

I was curious if there was a way with PF to identify what rule react to a specific network action:
The situation I am facing here, is a havy latency when connecting to a specific website. When I disable PF on my box, then every thing goes smooth.. So probably there is a conflict between at least 2 rules..

If someone has any idea of how to debug this, it would be cool as it is really the first time I am facing that kind of crap..

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