setting up firewall
Richard A Downing
richard at langside.org.uk
Sat Aug 13 23:07:09 PDT 2005
DJ Lucas wrote:
Do what the book tells
> you and execute '/etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables start' else you are calling
> the iptables binary in /sbin, and start is an invalid argument.
Once-apon-a-time the firewall script was called 'firewall' and IMO this
was a better name for it. Iptables (the executable) is a program that
sets up the kernel's ip tables, it's not a daemon like, say, cupsd.
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