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authorErmal Luši <eri@pfsense.org>2010-01-26 23:59:43 +0000
committerErmal Luši <eri@pfsense.org>2010-01-26 23:59:43 +0000
commit9b16b83439add7c4898c8911e5a36a1ed1d3bdc2 (patch)
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Ticket #136.
Fix associated nat rules. Now both the filter rules and the nat ones contain a associated-rule-id tag which helps link the items together. The API to use for this is in itemid.inc. All the issues should be solved now.
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-rw-r--r--conf.default/config.xml6
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/conf.default/config.xml b/conf.default/config.xml
index da74d68..a8b6056 100644
--- a/conf.default/config.xml
+++ b/conf.default/config.xml
@@ -441,7 +441,7 @@
<target></target>
<local-port></local-port>
<descr></descr>
- <associated-filter-rule-id></associated-filter-rule-id>
+ <associated-rule-id></associated-rule-id>
</rule>
-->
<!--
@@ -491,7 +491,7 @@
<destination>
<any/>
</destination>
- <associated-nat-rule-id></associated-nat-rule-id>
+ <associated-rule-id></associated-rule-id>
</rule>
<!-- rule syntax:
<rule>
@@ -793,4 +793,4 @@
<widgets>
<sequence>system_information-container:col1:show,captive_portal_status-container:col1:close,carp_status-container:col1:close,cpu_graphs-container:col1:close,gateways-container:col1:close,gmirror_status-container:col1:close,installed_packages-container:col1:close,interface_statistics-container:col1:close,interfaces-container:col2:show,ipsec-container:col2:close,load_balancer_status-container:col2:close,log-container:col2:close,picture-container:col2:close,rss-container:col2:close,services_status-container:col2:close,traffic_graphs-container:col2:close</sequence>
</widgets>
-</pfsense> \ No newline at end of file
+</pfsense>
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