Re: my guess as to where to put the dialup iptables rules
>>>>> "m" == marshal <email@example.com> writes:
m> One thing that you could do, since you've installed iptables, is setup
m> all the chains manually. Then run (as root)
m> /etc/init.d/iptables save active
m> And if you always want them to be the same
m> /etc/init.d/iptables save inactive.
m> This will save the chains so that they start up everytime that you
m> boot the computer and turn off the computer (respectively.). Of
m> course, that's if you have the /etc/rc?.d/ directories setup for it.
m> Look at /etc/default/iptables for more info.
Yes, and that's where he says not to use that "state saving" way, an
instead use a more traditional rc file approach that i feel is cleaner
too. there he tosses about several alternatives, from which I guessed
/etc/network/if-pre-up.d/... as according to ls -lt it indeed gets
read at boot.
m> Good Luck.
indeed. We will see at next boot. Maybe I will lock myself out of
the keyboard, to y'all's relief.
>>>>> "Dan" == Dan Jacobson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Dan> Regarding Rusty's Really Quick Guide To Packet Filtering
Dan> where are we supposed to put that?
Dan> /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/somefile I suppose.
Dan> If you tell me to put it in /etc/ppp/ip-up.d I will tell you
Dan> that it only needs to be run once...
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