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Re: iptables: always allow port 80

Mariusz Kruk <kruk@epsilon.eu.org> writes:
> 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'?

Yes, -p is what I want.

>>    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).

I sure _should_ read a lot about networking and maybe I will one day...

Thanks anyway,


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