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Bug#626424: marked as done (Please implement a method to save and restore netfilter rules at boot)

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There have been several requests against the iptables package to
include a init script, all rejected by the maintainer:

(Can't set iptable rules before initiating network at boot)

(Iptables init script [attached])

(Should include a simple ifupdown script to configure iptables from
rules file or setup script)

I wish there was a simple apt-gettable way of getting my netfilter
rules saved and restored automatically.
For example, Redhat's iptables package is a tested and working model
that can be applied (I actually wget their src.rpm from which I
extract the init script and mkdir the /etc/sysconfig/iptables)

Thank you.

Costin Gusa
Independent IT Professional

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Hi Costin,

On Freitag, 13. Mai 2011, Costin wrote:
> >> See if iptables-persistent does what you need.
> > Thank you for pointing that package, Andrei. Unfortunately [...]
> It is however a good starting point and I will file a bug against this
> package for feature requests.

thus closing this bug, also since it's not a general issue in Debian :)


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