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I have been flailing trying to get a web server running on Fedora 21.
Finally did so.
I have my iptables working (me thinks) as they should. I can connect from my Linux box (local) or from my Mac on the same network/subnet.
Problem is in my "travels" I have somehow trashed my firewall-cmd.
I was adding parameters to it w/o issue. E.G
firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=80/tcp --permanent
Then restarting firewall-cmd
This was all working. I "fixed" my problem with connecting to my web server from other LAN workstations (iptables issues) and was going back to see if all was well. Now when I try to restart I get a:
FirewallD is not running
That from my "reload" command above.
Have I fixed my web server issue or is my world wide open att?