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 From:  "Dain" <bentley78 at myway dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] ip/ipf
 Date:  Thu, 15 Sep 2005 09:06:58 -0400 (EDT)
I would like pf to be added as well.  I have used openbsd PF in production enviornments before and
found it to be stable.

Any word on WPA intergration yet?




 --- On Wed 09/14, edward mzj < edward dot mzj at gmail dot com > wrote:
From: edward mzj [mailto: edward dot mzj at gmail dot com]
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 09:14:09 +0800
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] ip/ipf

ipf v3.4.35 is the stablest one.<br><br>it is said pf will crash under very heavy

<mathias dot buren at gmail dot com> wrote:<br>> > Hi there!<br>> ><br>> > I was just wondering, uhm, m0n0wall
currently (1.2b10) uses pf<br>> > (packetfilter), right? There's also ipf (IP Filter) in *BSD... I
was<br>> > wondering why m0n0wall doesn't use ipf instead of pf! I don't know<br>> > why/if it
should, just a question. Would it take much to rewrite<br>> > m0n0wall for ipf? Well, I guess it
would if it used a different<br>> > syntax... Maybe a wrapper could be written for it (like a
script.sh<br>> > file which took inputs and made ipf commands out of the inputs).<br>> > Would 'we'
benefit from having ipf in m0n0wall instead of pf?<br>> ><br>> <br>> It already is ipf, and always
has been.  Honestly, pf is a much<br>> superior packet filter in most every way, so if the above was
true I'd<br>> ask "why bother"? 
 :)  Can't say that I have any experience with ipf<br>> 4.x, though I hear it's buggier than 3.x and
3.x has enough quirks<br>> already (4.x adds many of the important features pf has that ipf 3.x<br>>
is lacking).<br>> <br>> After 1.2 is released, Manuel is going to start a discussion here on<br>>
the OS and packet filter for the next m0n0wall version.<br>> <br>> -Chris<br>> <br>>
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