"syborg" <email@example.com> a écrit :
| > The first cuts all interfaces, the second only eth0.
| Yes, I want only block from eth0, I also block from all eth interfaces
"All interfaces" includes loopback ...
| > Is your W2k really 192.168.1.1 ?
| No it is only example, normal the IP was from ISP provider.
| > Did you do an ipchains -L to see your rule up ?
So it could be :
- you used a wrong IP (apparently not ?)
- another rule allows connection : try ipchains -C to verify this point and
you should use ipchains -I to insert your rule on the first place