muaddib at mailandnews
Jul 24, 2001, 6:34 AM
if u don't know how to make an initd scrtip, u can simply use netconfig to
RE: how to start iptables when system upping?
starting of eth0,eth1.. and then in the rc.local script you can run the
iptables rules or whatever,
and than start the eth0,eth1 manually in the end of the rc.local like this:
which should run the init scripts automatically.
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From: netfilter-admin [at] lists
[mailto:netfilter-admin [at] lists]On Behalf Of Nigel Morse
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 11:51 AM
To: 'Danny Rappleyea'; 'netfilter [at] lists'
Subject: RE: how to start iptables when system upping?
why not just make it a normal initd script that runs before the network
> I did the same thing with /etc/rc.d/rc.local to start my
> script. Because
> this loads late in the boot process, I made a safe config to load when
> iptables starts. It's a quicky ruleset to allow ping'ing the
> box, ssh in,
> and dropping everything else - which I saved using "service
> iptables save".