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Re: what is the default firewall on a fresh install of Debian7 arm on a pogop0lugE02



On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 07:45:49PM +0100, Richard Bown wrote:
> > 
> 
> I installed ufw to see if it would overide the system defaults.
> I'll unsubscribe this list as everything I ask is deemed off topic.
> I get the impression this list is only for developers and users of the latest ARM and Cortex
> devices.  
> I was grossly mistaken to suspect that running Debian on an ARM5TE was supported by the debian-arm
> list.
> 

No, it's not that everything ARM is off topic. It is, effectively, that you asked
a non-ARM related question on a more general topic. Firewalls - probably more appropriate
for debian-user.

>From what I see below, you're probably more used to Fedora. Debian doesn't install a firewall
manager by default, though a minimal iptables is there available to use from the outset.

iptables -L 

would show you - nornally all input/output/forwarding chains are set to accept by default
ie no rules are set, if I remember correctly.

It's also probably true that, just as some Fedora users are concerned with the release
of Fedora 19 Alpha today, we're slightly preoccupied by the main Debian release which 
is coming up on May 5th ... sorry for any brevity.


Al the best,

Andy, G0EVX (ex G8UBG)

amacater@debian.org

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