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    Nevermind, I just found out that IPFW2 supports...

    Nevermind, I just found out that IPFW2 supports ranges...

    Now I just need to get it running... Damn!
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    FreeBSD - Dummynet / IPFW

    Hi All,

    I'm hoping maybe someone is familiar with using Dummynet to manage pipes. I have a full class C network that I use for web hosting. I have been using Dummynet to divide my pipe into...
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    Hi Lumpy, I actually got the bridge to finally...

    Hi Lumpy, I actually got the bridge to finally work today. I tried a few different things. I tried some different network cards, 3Com 3C9 series (specifically recommended on FreeBSD site). I also...
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    FreeBSD 5.1 - TCPDump Error

    Today I did a fresh install of FreeBSD 5.1 Release.

    When I try to do a tcpdump, I get the following error:

    /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: tcpdump: shared object has no run-time symbol table

    Can...
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    I have created a new thread for this topic. So much has changed since my original post and I am trying a new approach using ipfw instead of ipfilter....
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    New FreeBSD 4.9 Bridge / IPFW Setup

    Note To Moderator's: I am creating a new topic instead of adding to the previous one because I am trying a different approach. I am trying to use ipfw now instead of ipfilter. I cannot edit the...
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    Here is my two cents on the subject... I...

    Here is my two cents on the subject...

    I cannot tell you how many times someone has used a friends computer.. Next thing you know there is a trojan on the computer that opened a port letting the...
  8. Hmm... Just checked my /var/log/messages file and...

    Hmm... Just checked my /var/log/messages file and the only line in there is:

    logfile turned over due to size>100K

    Anyone know what exactly "turned over" means? I did a google search for the...
  9. I believe if the FreeBSD Box is setup as a...

    I believe if the FreeBSD Box is setup as a bridge, there does not have to be any IP forwarding set. Niether of the cards have IP addresses assigned, and if the bridge is setup correctly (which I...
  10. The actual setup for the Bridge in OpenBSD seems...

    The actual setup for the Bridge in OpenBSD seems to be quite different than FreeBSD. The OpenBSD articles I read mention files that are not on my FreeBSD system, and also seem to have a lot more...
  11. Anyone know how to tell if a network card is in...

    Anyone know how to tell if a network card is in promiscuous mode? I know that the bridge will not work if the cards are not in promiscuous mode.

    EDIT: Figured it out. "ifconfig dc0 promisc" -...
  12. Thanks for the suggestions... I'll mess with the...

    Thanks for the suggestions... I'll mess with the cross over idea. Excellent links, I bookmarked them. Anyone else have any experience with this?
  13. HELP - FreeBSD Bridge / IPFilter Firewall Setup

    Hi Everyone,

    I decided to take that leap into the great unknown. I just installed a fresh installation of FreeBSD 4.9 Stable. I want the machine to do transparent packet filtering by acting as a...
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    Well, I learned 2 things from this thread. 1)...

    Well, I learned 2 things from this thread.

    1) Yet another confirmation that this web site has become full of pussies that hear the word Kazaa and automatically neg someone. Yes, you are pussies....
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    Thanks for the info everyone. I think I might...

    Thanks for the info everyone. I think I might start messing around with it. Maybe install a wireless card in one of my main web servers. If everything is running up to par on that server, I'll start...
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    Going Wireless - Opinions Needed

    I messed around with wireless networking about a year ago when it wasn't as advanced as it is now. Quite frankly, it sucked and was slow.

    However, wireless technology has seemed to advance, and...
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    > I'm going to Ozzfest in August and I'm...

    > I'm going to Ozzfest in August and I'm completely psyched. w00t.

    Hell Yea! Me too. August 18th, NJ.
  18. Interesting about the Gummi Bear. About how long...

    Interesting about the Gummi Bear. About how long ago was this?

    So far the most common thing I keep hearing is how easily defeated the fingerprint scanners are. But under the FAQ I made sure to...
  19. UPDATE - Biometric Fingerprint Scanner for PC

    I posted a thread about a month ago discussing this. Here is an update for people that found this technology interesting.

    Background: I started working on a web site about a month or so ago. It's...
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    Edit: Revised this post to be a little more...

    Edit: Revised this post to be a little more friendly. Sometimes I get steamed and use some pretty foul language. :-)

    I find it disturbing that this guy got neg-ed to death for this post. This guy...
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    If you are into metal check out: Killswitch...

    If you are into metal check out: Killswitch Engage, Shadowsfall, Chimaira, In Flames
  22. That would be really cool if the technology could...

    That would be really cool if the technology could be integrated into the BIOS. At this time I do not think that it is. I know the software is compatible with Windows 98 and up. I've been bugging the...
  23. Biometric Finger Print Authentication Technology

    I'm working on a web site for a company that distributes a new biometric type of technology. It's actually pretty neat. Basically it is a small device that plugs into your USB port. It will not allow...
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    Ah, thanks for your response. I just found a...

    Ah, thanks for your response. I just found a whole bunch of NT type enumerations tools at:
    http://www.cotse.com/tools/netbios.htm

    I definitely will check out your tut. Thanks.
  25. Thread: makin the $'s

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    > which is putting me through collage for html ...

    > which is putting me through collage for html

    You mean "college"? Shouldn't you have taken spelling class first? haha... Sorry, just busting your balls man!

    That was a really good tutorial. It...
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