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Ed White wrote:
On Monday 31 May 2004 01:26, Henning Brauer wrote:
:peer applies to pointtopoint interfaces (like tun) where the remote
block in quick on rl0 inet from (rl0) to any
(Using pfctl not ifconfig)
address is known and configured.
So if I'll use PPPoE on rl0 I'll have something like
rl0 = 10.0.0.1
rl0:peer = tun0 = x.x.x.x (routable)
no, tun0:peer will be the IP address of the remote side (ISP side).
what is on the right side of the "->" if you run "ifconfig tun0"