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Re: Starting iptables

On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 05:45:34PM -0500, cothrige wrote:
> I was wondering about the best way to start iptables with each boot in
> Debian and so I did some googling.  I found a Debian Wiki and it gave
> instructions concerning update-rc.d, but this requires a script for
> iptables in init.d and this does not exist.  At least not in my
> system.  Can anyone give me a quick idea of the "correct" way to start
> iptables at boot?  I suppose I could just add something to rc.local,
> but I was sort of assuming there was a more appropriate way.
> Many thanks,
Hi Patrick,
most folks just run 'shorewall'! And you can add more rules if you need
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