wiz561 last edited by
For the most part, I got pfsense up and running and everything is working great. I do find that the firewall drops some connections every now and then for reasons that are unknown. I was hoping somebody could tell me what the "@" symbol means when you click on a rule. For example…
@115 block drop in log quick all label "Default deny rule"
What does @115 mean? Is there a way to see the exact rule that is causing this to be blocked?
I don't want to turn this into a 'help me fix my firewall' thread, but for a little background, there are *'s across everything on this vlan, so I would assume that everything is allowed. I'm thinking that if I knew what the @115 means, I can track down the exact rule that is causing this issue.
kpa last edited by
They are the internal rule numbers the pf(4) filter assigns to the rules. To see the numbers run this in shell or command prompt in the webgui:
pfctl -g -sr