That's what I thought Peter
By default on a new installation on Red Hat 8, IPChains AND IPTables are both running. This is a bug and I can't believe that since Red Hat decided to use IPTables, they didnt disable the damn IPChains service.
The scary part is, which one was actually running in precedence! I hesitate to say that this may be part of the problem of trying to get ip masquerading working on my end.
Yes, I think Lokkit SUCKS and is more like a wizard with limited use. The garbage it generates in iptable is useless
The really stupid bug I found in the Red Hat security level settings is the one that fails to retain the current setting of the firewall (lo, medium, hi). Geez, I can't believe RedHat let this one slip by. I mean this is what I pay Red Hat for isn't it? To come up with a nice installer, test out the applications and actually charge me for this!
Awful. Just awful.
Last edited by mrbuzz; 02-26-2003 at 05:22 AM.