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    Default running pf on two firewalling machine.

    Hi I kindly needed an assistance regarding packet filter coding. This is all I am trying to do.
    I have got two firewalling machines with squid on them. On the first machine it is dynamically connected to the internet: interface rl0 and rl1 IP (192.168.1.0). The second machine have a static IP of 192.168.1.120,xl0 and xl1 192.168.2.0.
    Please can anyone tell me how to do the coding in packet filter so that all the incoming and outgoing packet must pass through the second machine. I am a newbie.
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    This will help:
    PF: The OpenBSD Packet Filter

    Start with a single machine and move to NAT PF: Network Address Translation (NAT)
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