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commit c3fac706c8e3951ecc223f03a1d38b73ecd20c28
parent cffba82f380ce7f6298c69edd592902c385dd71e
Author: Leon <leon@wp2static.com>
Date:   Sun,  1 Sep 2019 22:15:51 +0200

fix typos

Diffstat:
Msrc/openbsd/pf-simple-configuration.html | 4++--
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/openbsd/pf-simple-configuration.html b/src/openbsd/pf-simple-configuration.html @@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ <li><pre>cat /etc/examples/pf.conf</pre></li> </ul> -<p>What I will share, is as simple a config I use to block everything and just allow what I need. I have used more complex rulesets when using unbound(8) or vmm(4).</p> +<p>What I will share, is a simple config I use to block everything and just allow what I need. I have used more complex rulesets when using unbound(8) or vmm(4).</p> <p><i>Advice: be careful if you are adjusting pf rules for a server you only have remote access to. ie, apply changes temporarily while working, with a reboot script set in the not too distant future</i></p> @@ -50,6 +50,6 @@ pass in on $ext_if proto tcp from any to any port $ssh_port </pre> -<p>For logging, there is an example on how to use tcpdump(8) in the pflog(4) man page. Blocking everything and then monitoring while testing out applications has worked well for me. To keep the logs clearer, I quickly block those that a making noise.</p> +<p>For logging, there is an example on how to use tcpdump(8) in the pflog(4) man page. Blocking everything and then monitoring while testing out applications has worked well for me. To keep the logs clearer, I quickly block those that are making noise.</p>