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tcpreplay is the wrong tool. Its job is to generate packets and send them to the network, not display their contents to stdout. If Wireshark (including its command-line utility tshark) is considered too resource hungry for you, then probably the only other option is tcpdump. Be aware that its packet decoding capabilities are not as rich as Wireshark's, but ...


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It depends on the chip on your card. Support for Intel and Radeon is quite good: quoting one of the developers from a recent mailing list thread: If you're after acceleration for now it is <= Haswell for Intel (excluding Bay Trail) or <= Northern Islands for Radeon. See also the relevant man pages: intel(4) and radeon(4). Nvidia is still not ...


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You're using the wrong partition letter. Try with this: dd if=yourisofile.iso of=/dev/rsd1c Replace 1 by the correct number of your device (search this info in the dmesg). Read the Wikipedia article about BSD disklabels to learn why with the c works and with i doesn't.


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Read the FAQ, especially http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq10.html#locales, where it says: If logging in via xdm(1) add a line such as export LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" to ~/.xsession before starting the window manager (see the section on customizing X for details). This example enables the Unicode (UTF-8) character set and will also cause applications ...


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Use tables. See man pf.conf for a detailed explanation and take a look at this answer for an example.


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https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-routing.html The designation link#1 refers to the first Ethernet card in the machine. But there is still the question: what does the "first Ethernet card" mean? How to determine which one is it when we have multiple ethernet cards with different chipsets? :)


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I finally found a way to do everything I said before. I'm going to explaining it: In /etc/pf.conf: Denying all incoming trafic (Except the LAN interface) block in all pass in quick on $int_if The first line block eveything while the second one allow anything from the LAN interface. If you wonder what the quick keyword is, read this. How can you be ...



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