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Old 30th July 2012
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Default pf ruleset for ftp server?

For someone who wants to run OpenBSD as *only* an anonymous FTP Server .. what's a better customized pf.conf for this ? on that doesn't allow any other traffic but related ?

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Thread split from its parent thread.

daemonfowl, yet again you hijack your own thread.

The original thread asked about pf(4) rulesets for desktop usage. Now you want to change the subject to ftp servers.

When will you stop hijacking threads? Really, I would like to know.

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http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/ftp.html
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