That will flush out any rules being used (but they may be re-instated after
That might be worth running "/etc/rc.d/init.d/ipchains stop" in case there
is any error
with those scripts there.
About.com and whatis.com are pretty good for looking up stuff on IPs and
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From: Brendan Halpin [mailto:brendan.halpin at ul.ie]
Sent: 14 November 2001 12:28
To: Nick Murtagh
Cc: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Home network
Nick Murtagh <murtaghn at tcd.ie> writes:
> It could be that. Or /etc/hosts.deny which may by default deny
> all hosts access...
Unless I've managed to confuse myself, hosts.deny is empty and
hosts.allow has a line like "ALL: 10.10.10.10" (speaking of which,
any guidelines for using "private" IP addresses?).
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