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Old 10th April 2012
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Unhappy transparent firewall & authpf?

If my firewall is transparent, i don´t have ip.... how I can do to use authpf..
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If my firewall is transparent, i don´t have ip.... how I can do to use authpf..
AuthPF is not available to you. A TCP session must be established and maintained to the firewall.
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