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Old 09-25-2003, 10:26 PM   #1
Registered: Dec 2002
Location: IL
Distribution: NetBSD, Slackware, Gentoo, Debian, FreeBSD
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giFT and iptables

What entires are needed in iptables for giFT? Using all the plugins. Everything seems to be working, only thing I have noticed is I get alot of blocks coming to tcp 2034. And udp 1026. The 1026 seems to be for windows messenger, so maybe just people trying to message me. Have yet to upload anything so wondering if the 2034 is from searches? When I do a netstat it seems it is jsut random ports being used on both ends for transfers.

I am using a generated script from hideaway.

Just wondering what the people that use giFT have in their iptables script.

Now that I look again there is alot more blocks, mostly random ports.



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