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Re: iptables: always allow port 80

On Wed, 2009-07-29 at 12:52 +0200, Sebastian Rose wrote:
> Questions for iptables specialists:
> 1.) iptables -I DENYCC 4 -m tcp --dport 80 -j ACCEPT
>    Is a rule like this acceptable?

Are you sure you didn't want '-p tcp' instead of '-m tcp'?

>    Should I use --limit?

If you want.

> 2.) Which MAC address does the server see?
>     Will it always be the MAC address of my customers machine? 

It seems you've got _a lot_ to read.
How do you want to see MAC of the host on the completely different
segment of the network? (add to this that the host might be connected
via 'MAC-less' type of network).

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