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Old 24th August 2012
daemonfowl daemonfowl is offline
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Default are these pf.conf settings correct ?

This my first attempt to touch pf.conf .. if there is something foolish please don't be aggressive.
Following FAQ 6 , I have :
in hostname.wpi0 :
in hostname.bce0 :
up media 10base2
in hostname.bridge0 :
add wpi0
add bce0
* Are these settings correct to allow http ssh and ftp ?

pass in quick on bce0 all
pass out quick on bce0 all
block in  on wpi0 all
block out on wpi0 all

pass in quick on wpi0 proto tcp from any to any port {22, 80, 21} \
     flags S/SA keep state
* I'd like to allow amule too , how could I set pf.conf to tighten security while still be able to use the p2p client ?

Thank you very much !!
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