Hello everyone, over this weekend I spent some time by replacing my PFSense firewall with a FreeBSD IPFW one. Mostly because I wanted the flexibility that comes with FreeBSD and that I can install all kind of third party software on the same machine as it has plenty of available resources...
I have a VM running FreeBSD-CURRENT in bhyve but I could not get the network working properly.
I created tap0 and bridge0 interfaces as described in the relevant chapter of the handbook. I have only a wireless NIC, so I followed the advice in bhyve wiki page and created proper pf...
I will try to explain my setup as clear as I can. I have a Windows 10 Workstation where I run a FreeBSD VM on VMWare 12.
This FreeBSD VM is meant to run multiple Apache/PHP/Wordpress instances on multiple jails.
The FreeBSD guest is bridged through the HOST Ethernet NIC, where...
I want to setup PF for round-robin NAT and ipfw for traffic shaping and filtering, but I can't find an appropriate description of a packet trip through firewalls in FreeBSD.
So if I'll specify in rc.conf:
will it mean that packet...
Dear FreeBSD users,
I am running FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE as a host for emulators/virtualbox and created a guest with Kali Linux for security testing purpose. The guest has networking configured with default Virtualbox NAT (IP: 10.0.2.15 GW:10.0.2.2)
My host local network IP is 192.168.0.10 and my...
I have the following setup:
- Server with 1 interface having 5 IPs assigned, running OpenVPN-Server
- Client with 1 interface behind a router, running OpenVPN-Client
The OpenVPN-Connection works fine. I now want to route all traffic arriving on one of the 5 IPs of the server through the...
First of all sorry for my english.
Recently I have read many tutorials about passive methods of detection kinds of systems and theirs number behind NAT. It depends on sniffing headers of TCP/IP packets (ttl, window size, tcp stack in general)
As I know NAT only changes source/destination...