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Old 28th June 2019
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Default Dual firewalls inside PF?

Hi, I am a newbie in OpenBSB and learning to use OPENBSD 6.5. I have NUC6CAYH box with ax88179 USB 3.0 to Ethernet for setting up a secure gateway for my household.

I am wondering if it is possible to have two separated firewalls inside single NUC6CAYH box? I mean one firewall to control NIC traffic that connected to modem box; and other firewall to control ax88179 USB 3.0 to Ethernet traffic that connect to wireless router box by using the separate rulesets and tables inside PF. In between firewalls I will setup Privoxy (web content filtering) server and maybe IDPS if there are enough CPU & memory juices inside NUC6CAYH box to protect my young children on the internet including prevent the data leakages into internet.

Please advise, thank you.
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