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Old 02-14-2005, 12:54 PM   #1
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Angry IPTables for Dummies required


I need some basic documentation on setting up IPTables, it would be really great if it contained some sample configurations to get the whole process rolling.
I have Webmin installed and the interface for entering the stuff is really nice, but I'm not sure I understand some of the terminology. I want to set up a Linux server (fedora Core) as a proxy to the internet and have been told to set it up by masquerading which is real nice if you know what that means.

Any Help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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