OpenBSD Journal

ONLamp: OpenBSD PF Developer Interview

Contributed by grey on from the developer-interviews-are-always-good-reading dept.

Thanks to those who wrote in regarding this interview: OpenBSD's PF packet filter has grown in power and appeal since its introduction in OpenBSD 3.0. With the imminent release of OpenBSD 3.5, Federico Biancuzzi interviewed several leading OpenBSD developers for their thoughts on PF and new features.

This is part one of two.

Read the interview on O'Reilly's ONLamp.

(Comments are closed)

  1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    Awesome read! The more I read about OpenBSD and it's developers, the more I'm always impressed and amazed with what OpenBSD has and will have to offer!

  2. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    As always, a great interview!

  3. By Dunceor ( on

    Yeah, great interview, it's always nice to get more informations of the inside of OpenBSD. Nice to see people that dedicate it to something that is free..

  4. By sponge daddy ( on

    PF with altq integration the BEST traffic management solution in existence.... superfast and you can run big networks through a small machine with no load issues...


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