Re: How to save the iptables rules for booting?
Actually, calling '/etc/init.d/iptables start' will be the same as
So you just need a standard symlink in /etc/rc?.d/S05iptables ->
Then to save your rules (as im guessing you already did) just manually issue
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Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 16:17:07 +0300
Subject: How to save the iptables rules for booting?
I know the script /etc/init.d/iptables can be used to save the rules.
I made it save in the 'active' rule set. But what is the standard way
to run '/etc/init.d/iptables load active' at boot time. I manually
added a symbolic link to the /etc/rcS.d folder for
'/etc/init.d/iptables load active', and it works, but still is there a
more user friendly way for that in Debian? If not, please also let me
know if the manual way I used is reasonable, since I am new to Linux?
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