Found these very interesting security methods/topics.
< authpf > Allows a secure remote auth, kind of reverse "Captive Portal" only from WAN. (short explanation taken from FreeBSD Manual Pages) "authpf is a user shell for authenticating gateways. It is used to change pf(4) rules when a user authenticates and starts a session with sshd(8) and to undo these changes when the user's session exits. Typical use would be for a gateway that authenticates users before allowing them Internet use, or a gateway that allows different users into different places."
< Port Knocking > Port Knocking allows a firewall to protect private IP 'LAN services' by keeping all ports closed until a specific sequence of network traffic is sent.
Being a FreeBSD based firewall, is there any chance of seeing these implemented in SmallWall any time soon ?