[nycbug-talk] pf book

Dru dlavigne6 at sympatico.ca
Mon Sep 11 11:59:33 EDT 2006

On Fri, 8 Sep 2006, Charles Sprickman wrote:

> Did you find tags and QoS to be well-explained?  I'm OK with basic stuff but 
> I totally rely on pfSense when I start playing with QoS and the like. And I 
> can barely follow the complex configs pfSense generates...

The tagging chapter is verbatim to


except for the Ethernet frames section where a paragraph has been added to 
show how to do this on NetBSD as its brconfig differs from OpenBSD's.

Similarly, the QOS chapter is much of this verbatim:


with BSD specific implementations added as needed. The Configuring 
Queueing section starts with which beginning versions of each BSD support 
ALTQ (useful in itself) as well as the necessary kernel compile options 
for Free/Dragonfly and the URL to the NetBSD patches. Diagrams have also 
replaced the ASCII versions.



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