Hi! I'm trying noddos (https://github.com/noddos/noddos), a great project to monitor traffic in a home or enterprise network and identifies IOT and other devices, to dynamically applies ACLs to the traffic. Goal of project is to identify and stop rogu etraffic from devices that have been breached. Software run on Linux router and generally Linux host, using Linux Netfilter functionality to tracks network flows in real time, using either /proc/net/nf_conntrack if available or otherwise using the Linux NFCT API. I want to deploy a client for pfSense too, but I don't find a nd_conntrack equivalent on pfSense. Is there an equivalent module in pfSense?
I want to deploy a client for pfSense too, but I don't find a nd_conntrack equivalent on pfSense. Is there an equivalent module in pfSense?
pfSense is not Linux based, it is FreeBSD based, perhaps it might be able to realize, but then better as a packet
that can be installed or not over the packet manager. Someone must write the code an maintain that packet then
too. Do you know how to write code? Or in shorter words do you know programming a packet?
Hi BlueKobold. Yes, I know that pfSense if FreeBSD based. In fact what I ask is the equivalent of nf_conntrack in pfSense (FreeBSD), where I can see network flows in real time. I have never programmed packages for pfSense, this is something to look at later (for now it is essential to analyze network flows).