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Re: Listening outside ipfw / program interface to ipfw
From: Bill Moran (wmoranpotentialtech.com)
Date: Fri Jan 14 2005 - 07:50:00 CST
Vladimir Terziev <vladimir.terzievsun-fish.com> wrote:
> I have an old FreeBSD 4.3 and the man page of ipfirewall(4)
> describes the C api for manipulation of IP filtering rules. I'm not
> sure the C api interface in 4.10 is still the same as in 4.3, but i
> suggest you to try. Just find the man page from somewhere.
The www site archives all versions of man pages.
> On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 11:07:22 +0200
> Rumen Telbizov <altarese-card.bg> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Jeremie Le Hen wrote:
> > >>2) Is there an api to ipfw that will let me manipulate rules, query
> > >>stats etc? I need something faster than running the command line binary?
> > >
> > >
> > > Yes, you should look at the ``SEE ALSO'' section in ipfw(8) manual page.
> > > ipfirewall(4) is what you are looking for, but looking at ipfw(8)
> > > source code might help too.
> > On what version of FreeBSD are you looking the
> > ipfirewall(4) man page?
> > Recently I needed the C api to ipfw, but it
> > turns out that ipfirewall(4) man page no longer
> > describes it. This is on 5.3-STABLE and 4.10-STABLE.
> > I also searched in google and I think I had found
> > a post saying that currently the only way to manipulate/use
> > firewall rules is via ifpw(8) command.
> > If someone can provide me a reference to the C api
> > of ipfw I will be thankfull.
> > Rumen Telbizov
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