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Re: Firewalling a DHCP client the Right Way (TM)

On Fri, Mar 29, 2002 at 12:24:37PM +0900, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
> Dear .debs,
> I have a DHCP client that receives a lot of its networking information
> from our DHCP servers.  Things like routers, mail and name servers.  I
> would like to put an iptables based packet filtering firewall on this
> client that by default drops everything unless explicitly allowed.

One of the good example of iptables script comes as a package called
"ipmasq".  Though its sys-V-esque script makes it difficult at start, it
is well though.  Especially with woody version, it has some stronger
firewall rule example which does what you want and what I do.

I am on cable(DHCP).

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