Thanks for the reply. I used chkconfig iptables off. After doing this (and after rebooting) though I noticed when I used redhat-config-security level, the firewall is still shown as being enabled with a couple thing checked (SSH and FTP). Using chkconfig --list, iptables is shown as being off though.
As a test, from the GUI I unchecked SSH. From a remote computer I was unable to ssh into that computer whereas I could before. iptables service was still off so I'm not sure why SSH was being blocked. Any ideas?
EDIT: I believe changing the firewall with the GUI activates the iptables service once you apply changes. After rebooting with the SSH box left unchecked (blocked) in the firewall GUI, I was able to SSH into the machine since iptables was off.
Last edited by Arodef; 01-06-2005 at 05:01 PM.