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Aaron | Sun, 13 Nov 2016 18:49:06 UTC

This was a very useful peice of code to build off of thank you


D. Waitzman | Wed, 13 Jun 2012 14:46:39 UTC

I must protest all the praise of ipfw_lookup_table().

8 if (tbl >= IPFW_TABLES_MAX)

There is no log or other indication that this limit was reached. Is it a bug to hit the limit or simply a reasonable limit?

10 rnh = ch->tables[tbl];

Does not check if rnh is null.

11 KEY_LEN(sa) = 8;

No comment saying where this magic 8 is from.

13 ent = (struct table_entry *)(rnh->rnh_lookup(&sa, NULL, rnh));

I would like a comment about that NULL.


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