Contributed by grey on from the running with knives dept.
Naturally, if you are running 3.5 -release or -stable you should be fine. Those who play with bleeding edge releases should already be aware of shortcomings such as this that arise and are resolved from time to time.
UPDATE: please note Daniel Hartmeier's follow up, stating that the offending changes have been backed out, thus confirming itojun's query found here.
Here is the original post:
List: openbsd-tech Subject: pf and ip6 From: Theo de Raadt
Date: 2004-07-14 7:55:30 Message-ID: <200407140755.i6E7tUtj018595 () cvs ! openbsd ! org> pf currently has a number of bugs regarding ipv6. I suggest that noone running -current rely on it. It's been broken now in a variety of ways for about 4 weeks, and only weak efforts are being made to resolve the issues. Sorry about that; but my efforts at compelling all the pf developers to fix this have not gotten us anywhere.
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