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IP Filter 3.3.5 - a patch for ipmon 27 December 1999
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IP Filter 3.3.5 was released a few weeks ago.  For information on installing this version, see Installing IP Filter 3.3.4 and adjust the version names as appropriate.

The main webpage for IP Filter is http://coombs.anu.edu.au/~avalon/.   And one of the best how-to guides for IP Filter is at http://www.obfuscation.org/ipf/.

A patch
This version needs a patch to avoid the following error:
# ipmon -sDaF
76 bytes flushed from log buffer
SIOCIPFFB: Invalid argument
SIOCIPFFB: Invalid argument

The patch was announced by Darren Reed.  See http://www.false.net/ipfilter/1999_12/0172.html for details.  Because it's sometimes difficult to extract a patch from a mail archive, I've supplied the patch here:

[sorry that file is no longer available]

Apply the patch and then follow the normal installation procedures (perhaps Installing IP Filter 3.3.4


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