I'm pretty sure I've asked for this before, and I've searched Freshmeat
(eww) and SourceForge to no avail, so rather than asking - again - if the
Holy Grail exists, I'll wonder aloud: How come no-one's come up with a
web-based iptables configurator as simple as Plesk's? Here's some
There's no mention of chains and the like to confuse poor dumb blondes like
me, just a main screen where all the basics are handed, another screen for
custom-configuring a few bits and pieces if I'm feeling brave, and an
There's a hell of a lot of dedicated servers out there with pretty stock
setups, something like this would be invaluable, wouldn't it? Would anybody
be up for the task, a CLUGGY project where guified geeks like me could team
up with hardcore command-line nerds?
Be good for a few arguments anyway, surely? ("No, No, NO! The word "chains"
is NOT to appear ANYWHERE in the interface!" --adam)
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