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Re: Firewalling under Debian

	Well if you have atleast one machine running with X11 you could
install Firewall Builder (fwbuilder)[1] which has a relatively straight
forward GUI that will allow you to drag and drop to create the rules you
want for the firewal... It then compiles to build a shell script which
you can then just upload to your Debian firewall and modify the
/etc/network/interfaces file to have it run the script when it brings up
the internal interface... 



On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 12:11:12AM +1100, bob parker wrote:
> My son's proposed network is to be this:
> Firewall / NAT / Gateway machine connected to cable using 1 nic.
> Connects to hardware router / switch using 2nd nic.
> He has the switch and will be buying a PIII 400 2nd hand for the fw.
> We both know it's overkill but spares for PIIIs are cheaper than earlier 
> models apparently.
> Switch connects to 2 * dual boot Mdk/Win XP machines and 1 network printer.
> The fw machine is to run Debian with 2.4 kernel and iptables.
> My question is, what is the best way to go about setting up the Debian fw 
> machine?
> I have the 7 cds for 3.0r1.
> Thanks
> Bob Parker
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