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Re: filter rule numbering



I guess this command should be in examples on first place.
I didn't find in manual this command when I read a manual
for pf. (I did it 5-10-20 times for last 2 weeks and no luck).

AB




At 22.05.2004 04:46, you wrote: >pfctl -v -v -s rules | grep @ | more > > >On Fri, 21 May 2004 22:30:35 +0200, you wrote: > >>This is probably a dumb question, but anyway... I'm unable to figure out >>which rule is actually hit. The pflog output gives you rule numbers like >>"rule 3/0(match): block in on fxp0 bla bla". >> >>But, which pfctl command gives you the corresponding rule number in pf.conf? >> >>thanks / per olof