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Hello pf,
I don't have an exact understanding of the no-route option. At least
in the following sense: which exactly means to be non routable? It's a
kernel concept I think. At least in the sence that certain ranges of
IPs have to be explicitly marked as non routeble (like 10/8,
192.168/16, etc.). Or does it includes other addresses? I mean this
because I'm alwas using something like:
NoRouteIPs="{ (rl0)/32,,,,\,,,,,\, }"
block in quick on $ExtIF inet from $NoRouteIPs to any
How does this compare to?:
block in quick on $ExtIF inet from no-route to any
Best regards,
Alejandro Belluscio