>> @14 skip 1 in proto tcp from any to any flags S/FSRA
>> @15 block in log quick proto tcp from any to any
>> 02:52:14.472848 sis0 @0:15 b 192.168.100.111,1081 -> 220.127.116.11,6881
>> PR tcp len 20 112 -AP IN
>That ir behavior of traffic shaper!
Well, what do you know? A nameless nick-clown top-posts and
full-quotes with Mickysoft's mail simulation and has absolutely no
Just FYI: the traffic-shaper is _not_ enabled, even when enabled it
does not change a thing to the "ipfstat -nio" output, there still are
rules 14 and 15, thus the blocked, but wanted packets persist.
>It's absolutly normal.
Yeah, right. I'm obviously just too stupid to see that :-/
>Disable rule that logs packets blocked by default rule.
Great solution! I just disable the logging of blocked packets, problem
solved. (They still get blocked, but as long as I don't see them
anymore, who cares). Now why didn't I come up with such a brilliant