Xyon (xyon) wrote,
Xyon
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Our network has a new addition of a wireless authentication gateway running OpenBSD using authpf.

The good news: we got it to bridge (as opposed to NAT) yesterday.

The bad news: When we make the default behaviour to not allow wireless traffic to leave the wireless subnet nothing works. When a user authpf authenticates the logs don't show the packets being dropped, and tcpdump from the wired network shows them getting to their destination, but the icmp echo replies/tcp acks are not making it back through, and we can't figure out why.

I think that using the 10% smarter rule we might not be able to solve this problem.


"In order to use any type of device successfully, one must be at least 10% smarter than said device" -- the 10% smarter rule.
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