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Old 06-12-2017, 02:02 AM   #16
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I have enable it but still cannot resolve it. Please help.
Have no idea why it does not work, but I do not have fedora, nor do I intend to get it to check it out. Perhaps you need to install iptables-service, like on centos 7 if you want to use iptables. If that does not work, you can make systemd unit that will be wanted by multi-user target and that will do iptables-restore from file where you saved those. Here is link for migration from firewalld to iptables on centos 7


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