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kernel/2211: PF / Kernel problem, it filtered all ports
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>Synopsis: pf problem on i386
>Arrival-Date: Tue Nov 27 23:30:01 MST 2001
>Originator: Shell Hung
System : OpenBSD 3.0
Machine : i386
I am using the snapshot on 19 Nov, I am not sure is the pf or it is
the kernel problem, the system seems hang, and all ports got filtered.
The firewall rules is ok, it can filter IP/ports I don't want, and open
ports what I want, after 10-15 hours running, the system hang, but not
fully hanged, I mean, I can still ping the system, when I try to connect
to the system, it just stay at "connected", and no any responese, I do
a nmap to the system, all ports are "filtered". I also try to disable the
PF, the problem still happen too.
I have setup a cronjob, it will touch a file every ten minutes, when the
problem happen again, the cronjob stop too. I checked with the log files
after reboot, nothing special, it is interesting..
Please tell me if anything I can test for figure out the bug.
No, I try to disable the PF, or update with newest snapshots, it happend