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Old 10-17-2005, 01:22 AM   #1
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Fedora 4 firewall

Is there any way to manually block specific IP addreses (incoming and outgoing) by range and/or indidually?

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Look into IPTABLES
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or install the shorewall a text firewal but read the configuration befoere starting otherwise will block the whole internet, and firestarter is easy and gui, that you can configure to block certain ip's.
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Thanks - I'll check those out.

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if u want gui for iptables firestarter is .


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