iptables on warty

wild madagascar wildmad at blueline.mg
Wed Mar 2 20:09:48 UTC 2005

On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 11:10 +1300, Jim Cheetham wrote:
> In either case, you'll need a script that is run when the machine starts
> up - and despite comments to others about using cron's @reboot facility,
> firewalling is important enough to be done "properly", and therefore
> Kirtis suggestion is the right one. Christoph's is functionally
> identical, too - although I would prefer to see the original script
> in /etc/init.d rather than elsewhere.


I actually implemented Kirtis's approach. My firewall is now running
wonderfully. I certainly ain't gonna bother getting myself into a
headache with other, trickier approaches.

Thank you all for your assistance and suggestions


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