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I saw an ip addres of someone that I do not reconize, and I want to ban that ip, but I dont see where to do that. I configured lokkit, and I have the stock firewall (btw i am using red hat 8.0) can anyone tell me how to ban ip's or recomend a good firewall for rh8?
You CAN ban mac addresses but remember that this just works in a network WITHOUT routers since AFAIR the MAC get's rewritten once it passes a router. The mac address will then ban the router's MAC adr ...
Distribution: RH 6.2, Gen2, Knoppix, 98,2000 + various
i'm just guessing that since he said it's
an address he didn't recognize, that he's only letting
a few specific people in anyway.
He would probably be fine to deny all and have a list he
permits. Assuming he's trying to deny all that he doesn't