In article <an1aps$cr...@newsflood.tokyo.att.ne.jp>, Bengt Thuree (bt) writes:bt> I have my firewall set to default drop everything.
bt> When I run the sh ipfw over a ssh session, I always lose the ssh connection,
bt> and the firewall is not updated but only erased.
The problem (I think) is that ipfw is trying to tell you what it is
What you need to do is make sure you can do the whole thing in one
Then you have to make sure you don't get any output until it is all
firewall$ sh -x do_firewall_stuff.sh >TRACE 2>&1
firewall$ less TRACE
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