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Re: Searching for an appropriate iptables script

This is a real bummer, I guess I will look at another of the simple packages. I'm running agt on quite a few machines I have built for friends on cable modems/dsl and at my last job...


BTW: I did find that seg-fault error and after that, simply made sure I had an extra blank line in all the config files.

At 04:57 PM 02/07/2002 +0000, you wrote:

may I recommend http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=482935&group_id=13391&atid=113391

It explains why agt is no longer in Debian.


Loren Jordan wrote:


I have found an incredibly simple system, that some day should be put into a debian package. it's call "agt" and can be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/agt/ It installs the configuration files in /boot/fw and they are very well commented as to the format required. Read them, they are not long and have a lot of useful information in them. (you can change the location of these files in the Makefile and defs.h)
Makefile:CONF_PATH = /boot/fw    or wherever you want it.
defs.h:#define AGT_DIR "/boot/fw" make this the same as above.

If you want something that is downloaded, built, configured and running in 10 minutes with no prior knowledge of it... Some day this package might be put into a debian package. It's just a simple no-frills firewall system for machines on cable/dsl/etc... that make NAT configuration simple.

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