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Old 09-05-2012, 05:01 AM   #1
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Fedora - system-config-firewall - p2p1 trusted interface - how to configure ?

Hi Gurus,

I have a problem with "setup" command and p2p1(new name convention from RH - blahhh :/ ) network interface.

Using system-config-firewall command I`m trying to configure port redirection 80---> 7070 but it doesnt work.

I havent seen any interface p2p1 which could be trusted in firewall. This what I have found is


There is no interface which could fit to the name convention p2p1.

How to add new trusted interface to my firewall ? How to configure this in Fedora ?

Who can help me ?


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