[CentOS] Execution from ip-up.local
daily-planet at istari.de
Mon Aug 10 00:09:58 UTC 2009
John R Pierce wrote:
> Ed Warner wrote:
>> I'm using Firestarter as my firewall. If I restart the network or my
>> DSL line goes down, I have to manually restart Firestarter.
>> Does anyone have a suggestion as how I could further troubleshoot
>> this problem?
Remove the original firestarter line from /etc/ppp/ip-up.local and add
the following line to /etc/ppp/ip-up.local:
And the following line to /etc/ppp/ip-down.local:
Also disable firestarter as a service (chkconfig firestarter off) and
take a look in /etc/ppp/ip-up.local for broken code.
Is /etc/ppp/ip-up.local executable in a bash console?
> why aren't you starting your firewall from
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/firestarter, with symlinks in the usual
Cause ip changes on every dial-in for internet connections without a
> I've never -heard- of dinking with the ifup-***** scripts for any
This is an option in firestarter configuration since 2005. See for more
in firestarter Changelog:
2005-01-09 Tomas Junnonen <tomas at fs-security.com>
- Set execute permissions on ip-up.local
And in scriptwriter.c:
#define PPP_HOOK_FILE "/etc/ppp/ip-up.local"
const gchar* FIRESTARTER_HOOK = "sh "FIRESTARTER_CONTROL_SCRIPT"
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