RE: ipfilter on debian
I think iptables and ipfilter are the same thing. ipfw is the oldest
thing I have heard of, followed by ipchains, followed by ipfilter /
If I understand the architecture correctly, ipfilter lives in the kernel
and is managed by iptables.
From: Mike Mestnik [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, 06 January, 2005 07:55
To: Jett Tayer; email@example.com
Subject: Re: ipfilter on debian
--- Jett Tayer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> anyone had some luck installing ipfilter 4.1.3 on debian systems?
> i've successfully installed it on fc1 but cant make _nat_ to work.
I think you should use iptables. ipfilter is way old and ipchains
replaced it, now we use iptables. Also yuo should use a script/pkg to
acctualy setup the nat. Read the list arcives for some ideas.
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