Re: [fw-wiz] Is NAT in OpenBSD PF UPnP enabled or Non UPnP?

From: Siju George (
Date: 06/14/05

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    To: Darren Reed <>
    Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 16:01:52 +0530

    On 5/31/05, Darren Reed <> wrote:
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    > > From
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    > > I understand that it is possible with UPnP enabled NAT devices.
    > >
    > > Is the NAT in PF UPnP enabled??
    > >
    > > or could someone tell me how I can accomplish this with OpenBSD.
    > The only free, unix-based, UPnP implementation is for Linux and iptables,
    > so your solution is to wipe OpenBSD and install Linux.
    > When it comes to things like UPnP, there are a lot of luddites in the *BSD
    > community. Others of us, who have benefited from it and understand why it
    > is useful, just don't have time.

    Hi Darren,

    I find that

    Tuesday, June 07, 2005 blog of pfSense


    says that a "New UPNP package from Scott" is added

    Hope it will do the job and finally there is a UPnP implementation for BSD :-)

    thankyou so much for all your comments

    kind regards

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