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  Re: iptables (mod -2/90)
by Alejandro G. Belluscio (baldusi@hotmail.com) on Tue Mar 25 18:43:00 2003 (GMT)
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  Just for a start pf does true TCP sequence stateful inspection. Linux IPTables does not. What they call "statefull inspection" is more of a "kind of get the same result most of the time". Because they wanted to be able to keep states between reboots. PF will solve this differently in 3.4 (look for /dev/pfsync ;-).
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      Re: iptables (-13/91) by Steph L on Tue Mar 25 21:02:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (-14/96) by Dries Schellekens on Tue Mar 25 22:30:00 2003 (GMT)
          Re: iptables (12/94) by Dries Schellekens on Tue Mar 25 22:32:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (-6/90) by RC on Tue Mar 25 22:50:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (5/89) by Alejandro Belluscio on Wed Mar 26 16:59:00 2003 (GMT)
      Re: iptables (-2/90) by Anonymous Coward on Wed Mar 26 12:38:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (1/91) by Anonymous Coward on Wed Mar 26 01:15:00 2003 (GMT)
          Re: iptables (2/96) by thebiMbo on Wed Mar 26 08:50:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (6/86) by Dries Schellekens on Wed Mar 26 21:05:00 2003 (GMT)
        Re: iptables (4/84) by Lennie on Wed Apr 9 18:22:00 2003 (GMT)
          Re: iptables (-3/91) by Lennie on Wed Apr 9 18:56:00 2003 (GMT)
            Re: iptables (5/85) by Lennie on Wed Apr 9 19:29:00 2003 (GMT)
      Re: iptables (-4/90) by Anonymous Coward on Wed Mar 26 12:51:00 2003 (GMT)

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