|The network should be invisible
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Tel: +47 9807 1263
More than 200,000 served!(*)
The next scheduled PF tutorial session is:
The most up to date published versions of the Firewalling with PF manuscript in various formats are available via the links below.
Updated Firewalling with PF talk / Oppdatert Brannmur med PF-foredrag:
A shorter talk on PF, with a slant towards the up to date (OpenBSD 4.7/4.9 and newer) features are to be found here: PF, the OpenBSD Packet Filter, originally presented at the BSD-DK annual meeting in Copenhagen, August 18, 2010 and slightly updated for a presentation at the Bergen (BSD and) Linux User Group meeting in Bergen, January 27, 2011.
Translated versions: The tutorial has been translated into various languages at various times, mainly based on the 'long html' version. If you want to do a translation, I strongly recommend that you grab the source archive and translate the SGML source instead, then build the various formats the same way I do. If you do it that way and tell me about your work, I will assist you in any way I can and link to your translated version from here.
The new, improved The Book of PF, third edition started shipping in October 2014. Get it here, direct from No Starch Press.
For occasional updates about my activities, check out bsdly.blogspot.com.
(*) News flash: On June 18th, 2014, the tutorial saw its two hundred thousandth unique visitor (as in unique host name or IP address) since moving to the new location during EuroBSDCon 2006.
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Peter N. M. Hansteen