jamie at canonical.com
Mon Aug 30 14:29:34 UTC 2010
On Sun, 2010-08-29 at 14:10 -0700, Jim Kielman wrote:
> With the included tool for setting the firewall all you have to do is
> enable the default rule set and it's done. The default rule set blocks
> almost everything, and in Windows terms makes the users system seemed
> to be stealthed. All you need is one simple command:
> sudo ufw enable
> And your done. If the defult rules aren't good enough, you can use gufw
> for adding additional rules.
gufw is a fine graphical tool but I might also mention you can add rules
with the ufw command-line-interface as well. Eg:
$ sudo ufw allow OpenSSH
$ sudo ufw enable
See 'man ufw' for details.
Jamie Strandboge | http://www.canonical.com
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