Is there any command (at the SSH shell) to reset the states for a specified IP ?
Thanks in advance,
Ok, I think I found my answer. At man pfctl:
Kill all of the state entries originating from the specified
host. A second -k host option may be specified, which will kill
all the state entries from the first host to the second host.
For example, to kill all of the state entries originating from
# pfctl -k host
To kill all of the state entries from host1 to host2:
# pfctl -k host1 -k host2
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Upgrade to 1.2-BETA-1. There is X next to each state in the Diagnostic -> states screen.
Simply click the state you want to kill and it will do pfctl -k behind the scenes.