I can't answer the last question right now cause I'm not at my computer, but I have a question.
Debian uses /etc/rc.firewall for it's rules. Now I have to be honest and admit I have very little knowledge how iptables works, but looking in rc.firewall I noticed something.
For 6881-6889, which work they way I want my user-defined protocol to work, there is an extra line. I can't give the exact line from memory but what I'd like to do is edit rc.firewall myself.
My question is once I've edited rc.firewall what must I do for the changes to take effect?
Can I just run the script or should I flush everything out first?
Last edited by Shafted; 09-01-2005 at 02:09 PM.