As you are a tester, I assume that you are doing this in your test machine and not on a production/customer machine. and I assume that you have root privileges for that machine. If that is the case, is it possible for you to modify the /etc/init.d/iptables (stop method) to log whatever you want? Have to read more about making iptables to generate logs while stopping.
Originally Posted by tindecken
I'm a tester and I have a problem need your help.
Anyone known how to generate a log when I stop iptables?
I'll use command: service iptables stop
Note: not use command "service iptabels status"
How to I configure my centos system to do that?
Thank all for your support?