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Re: newbie, nat.conf is still in use for 3.3?

On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 11:44:57AM -0700, David Wu wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I am new to openBSD and this mailing list, so just like to say hi to 
> you all!
> My first question is regarding to the matter of pf firewalling. Is 
> nat.conf still in use for 3.3 or the nat rule set should be included in 
> the pf.conf? I know having the nat statement in pf.conf would work, but 
> just wondering what's the better way of doing it.

nat.conf is completely gone away (since 3.2).
merge into pf.conf.

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