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Old 7th May 2008
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Default Web GUI for firewall ?

Looking for Firewall Web GUI / Interface ? Suggestions?
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http://www.pfsense.org/
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Which firewall would that be? FreeBSD's got three of 'em... Anyway, I have used (for a short period of time) PFW, and it looked fine. I like to write my pf rules "the other way" though...

http://www.allard.nu/pfw/
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Ah, yes - FirewallBuilder is supposed to work with pf too:

http://www.fwbuilder.org/about.html

Have not tryed that one though.
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The Webmin Firewall module supports IPFW.

However, the best method for FreeBSD packet filters is a text editor. The rules are all written in English. It's only on Linux where there's a bazillion --long --options --to --memorise, where the order doesn't matter (and everyone uses their own), and where modules can be added/removed at will, that a GUI comes in handy.
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hehehehe just joking
Just gave it a try, all I got is a blank page *shrug*

I check the source code and I dont think it require any fancy plugin like java, but no idea why it doesnt work
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