Re: policy DROP and 1 rule
Actually what he said is that his POLICY is set top drop, not any rule.
Which is a perfectly ok thing to do. It actually should work. I'm betting
my money on missing an ACCEPT in the OUTPUT rule chain.
Matias Lambert said:
> I think that your problem can be that you have the DROP rule before the
> ACCEPT rule in your INPUT chain, if you put the command in the same
> order that you email us, the packet will be droped.
> inflo wrote:
>> hi, when i set the INPUT policy of DROP and then insert a rule -A
>> INPUT -s lan-machine -j ACCEPT