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The tutorial like many others goes through the configuration basics and ends off with specific case studies for certain configuration approaches. One nice addition to this particular guide is a section on setting up a wireless access point and doing access control via authpf. This can be a bit confusing to those who've not tried doing setup wireless stuff (save for connecting to one) but there is enough here to get one going.Older comments on this article...
Re: Firewalling with OpenBSD's PF Packet Filter (mod 3/3) by Barry (184.108.40.206) on Tue May 1 19:57:28 2007 (GMT) Peter's Tutorial has helped me on several occasions. Most recently with setting up spamd on 4.0 Some of his configuration methods are not seen elsewhere. It lends a new perspective to configuring OpenBSD. Thanks Peter.
Re: Firewalling with OpenBSD's PF Packet Filter (mod 3/3) by Peter N. M. Hansteen (220.127.116.11) (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Tue May 1 20:18:26 2007 (GMT) http://bsdly.blogspot.com I revisit the tutorial often, and it always gets updated for conferences and other sessions. I'm doing some updates on the tutorial for BSDCan at the moment (and writing a related book in parallel, watch out for announcements from No Starch Press in the next few weeks). If enough people sign up for the session they've announced at Linuxtag, I will be giving the tutorial there too at the end of May.
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