Re: iptables at boot
I was wondering if someone would be able to give me the correct way of
disabling all network activity (iptables commands/script) during the
boot process so that my network is inoperable during bootup until I
activate it manually.
I'm unsure in which startup script I would place this on debian.
I'm not sure this will help, but couldn't you simply disable the the
interface, e.g., comment out "eth0 auto" from /etc/network/interfaces?
Then when you want connect you can use ifup. (You run the iptable
script with "pre-up".)