The enterprise I work for has an application that requires I allow fragmented packets through my firewall. I realize it's not a great way to do things, but "He must needs go that the devil drives." I searched the forums and found a few other people asking how this can be done, but I couldn't locate any answers. I've gone into Diagnostics -> Command and executed "scrub in all random-id fragment reassemble no-df" and that appears to have solved my problem, but I don't want to have to manually run it every time I reboot the system. Is there either:
1. A way to allow fragmented packets that doesn't involve the command line?
2. A way to have my "scrub" command line executed automatically after boot? I don't think I can just put it into my XML config file.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me.
I don't know anything about your fragmented packets problem, but there's a package that might work out for you.
Shellcmd - The shellcmd utility is used to manage commands on system startup.
That looks perfect, thank you so much!