[CentOS] A little iptables help

MAHAYUDIN MOHD HASHIM mmhas at kuantanport.com.my
Thu Sep 29 05:35:56 UTC 2005


Quoting James Pifer <jep at obrien-pifer.com>:

> Wondering if anyone is willing to give me a little assistance with some
> firewall rules. I think what I'm looking for is fairly simple, and I've
> been trying to use webmin's firewall module without success.
>
> I have a web server that I'd like to open up port 80 and forward a
> specific port for a select number of allowed ips. That's it. Everything
> else is dropped.
>
> allow: port 80
> allow: forward port 8000 for x.x.x.x to y.y.y.y
>
> Anyone willing to assist with the rules? And lastly, how would I apply
> it in a way that it will always be in affect? If the machine reboots for
> example.
>
There is a solution where you can use a firewall script at
http://projectfiles.com/firewall
>
>

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