At 10:05 AM 11/14/2003, Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
>I see it from time to time, and don't really understand it because I guess I
>don't understand all the codes at the end of the line.
"man 8 ipmon" "man 5 ipf"
The "codes" appear if the packet is TCP, and represent the contents of the
IP flags byte and the filter's state keeping.
>I'm hoping the rules for the VPN allows all traffic through the tunnel,
>but the below log entry clearly shows a packet being blocked.
>12:00:19.723053 rl0 @100:2 p 192.168.2.4,1268 -> 192.168.4.2,524 PR tcp len
>20 40 -A K-S K-F IN
Nope. This part [@100:2 p] says that rule two in group 100 passed the packet.
It is a TCP packet that has the ACK flag set, and the firewall is keeping
state and tracking fragments.
>Thanks for any insite.
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