On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 13:37, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> That is what I thought.
> However, I just followed the model in the shorewall "two-interfaces" setup.
Are you sure you did? They don't look like shorewall generated rules.
Perhaps you have both iptables and shorewall in your /etc/rc5.d and
shorewall is getting run first? If that is the case, the iptables
script will just wipe out all the shorewall rules and put in its own
(from /etc/sysconfig/iptables). If thats the case, you can disable
iptables (chkconfig iptables off) and reload the shorewall rules.
> This seems very open to me.
All services on the box are open to the world.
John Reilly <jr at inconspicuous.org>
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