How do I add multiple IPv4 / Ipv6 inside jail? FreeBSD does support Multi-IPv4/v6/no-IP jail and it was merged to STABLE release. You need to rebuild your kernel including jls(8) and to use the new features jail(8), jexec(8) and cpuset(1) with a new kernel. Another option is get FreeBSD 7.2 (RC1 or above) using cvsup, […]
Aug 30, 2017 · Fig.01: FreeBSD Display Default Routing Table Command To just print IPv6 routing table, enter: # netstat -6 -r -n. Task: FreeBSD Set a default route. All network packets that cannot be sent according to the previous entries of the routing table are sent through the following default gateway: # route add default 192.168.1.254 Note: In FreeBSD, the bpf (4) device is needed by both the DHCP server and DHCP client. This device is included in the GENERIC kernel that is installed with FreeBSD. Users who prefer to create a custom kernel need to keep this device if DHCP is used. FreeBSD is an operating system used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms. A large community has continually developed it for more than thirty years. Its advanced networking, security, and storage features have made FreeBSD the platform of choice for many of the busiest web sites and most pervasive embedded networking and FreeBSD also supports IPv6, SCTP, IPSec, and wireless networking (Wi-Fi). The IPv6 and IPSec stacks were taken from the KAME project. Also, FreeBSD supports IPX and AppleTalk protocols, but they are considered old and it dropped support of them in FreeBSD 11.0. In FreeBSD 7.1 ULE was the default for the i386 and AMD64 architectures. DTrace support was integrated in version 7.1, and NetBSD and FreeBSD 7.2 brought support for multi-IPv4/IPv6 jails. Code supporting the DEC Alpha architecture (supported since FreeBSD 4.0) was removed in FreeBSD 7.0. FreeBSD 8 IPv6 support has been built into the FreeBSD kernel since version 4.0 (March 2000). To enable it, edit /etc/rc.conf and add: ipv6_enable="YES" and reboot. The remote FreeBSD host is missing one or more security-related updates. Description The IPV6_2292PKTOPTIONS set handler was missing synchronization, so racing accesses could modify freed memory. Impact : A malicious user application could trigger memory corruption, leading to privilege escalation. Solution Update the affected packages. See Also
Note: In FreeBSD, the bpf (4) device is needed by both the DHCP server and DHCP client. This device is included in the GENERIC kernel that is installed with FreeBSD. Users who prefer to create a custom kernel need to keep this device if DHCP is used.
Sony Playstation 4 (PS4) < 7.02 / FreeBSD 9 / FreeBSD 12 - 'ip6_setpktopt' Kernel Local Privilege Escalation (PoC).. local exploit for Hardware platform Maintainer: farrokhi@FreeBSD.org Port Added: 2001-07-06 13:29:39 Last Update: 2020-07-11 08:48:34 SVN Revision: 541945. People watching this port, also watch: gnupg, tiff, phpMyAdmin-php72, smartmontools, php72-pear-horde-Horde_Xml_Wbxml. License: RADVD Description: radvd implements IPv6 router advertisements for Linux and FreeBSD as specified
Sony Playstation 4 (PS4) < 7.02 / FreeBSD 9 / FreeBSD 12 - 'ip6_setpktopt' Kernel Local Privilege Escalation (PoC).. local exploit for Hardware platform
Port details: 6tunnel TCP proxy for applications that do not speak IPv6 0.13 net =7 0.12 Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch. Maintainer: bofh@FreeBSD.org