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I need help with an iptables configuration, this is what I have
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On the IPTABLES, I did iptables --flush. I want to start fresh. Now I only want two things. Allow one ip address to this server. Allow port 443 as incoming from every where. Please advice how to do this.
This is what I did so for.
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We have one linux machine in the office which happens to be an important firewall. I just know the basics and need to make one change
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I have a CentOS 5.2 (10.20.21.73) machine that I need help with configuring iptables. According to documentation I believe this line should allow all communication between my machine and another machine (other machine has no firewall)
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Thanks in advance
I have to remove ip_tables_name from /proc/net/...
i was trying to do so and getting the following error
cmd : rm ip_tables_names
error : rm: remove regular empty file `ip_tables_names'? y
rm: cannot remove `ip_tables_names': Operation not permitted (4 Replies)
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Simple rules in order:
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2. Do not limit (or set to 1536/256) MAC 00:00:00:00:01 (computer is in 192.168.1.0/24).
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Hey guys, I have just started using IP tables and was wondering if anyone could direct me to any good online resources as I am totally new to this. Thanks. (1 Reply)
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