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Re: iptables related query

This may help as well


I prefer to use sub chains to identify from the internet or from
internal etc

I also learnt from a very experienced  firewall administrator to use the
long switches so anyone else can easily read the scripts

J.A. de Vries wrote:
> Hi Yuriy,
> I'll follow up on my own answer to clarify things a bit more.
> In my previous message I showed you one way to initialize your iptables
> ruleset. That ruleset itself is nothing more than a simple shell script
> containing instructions for iptables on what to do with specific types
> of network traffic. Google will help you locate a whole lot of examples
> to start with.
> Here's a URL to a very good tutorial on how to write your own ruleset:
> http://iptables-tutorial.frozentux.net/
> Grx HdV
> P.S. <shameless plug>I once wrote an article on how to get up and
> running with iptables. You can read it here
> http://huizen.dto.tudelft.nl/devries/security/iptables_example.html.
> Note however that this page will be updated and moved to a new location
> later this month (I've recently quit my job over there and thus now I'll
> have to relocate my site).

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