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Default Firewall "upgrade"?

Hy there!

I'm rinnung a virtual server at
First I used PLESK, but it is quite heavy to run for the vserver.
So I tried ISPConfig.

Ubuntu 8.04.1 fresh installed with ISPConfig3.
It runs like a charm!

Now, I want to block Asianet and some other countries with my firewall.
On PLESK I used the integrated firewall-settings -have a look at the attachment-

How can I accomplish this with ISPConfig?
I tried to follow HOWTO: Implement iptables blocking by Country but I ran into some serious incompatibilities with Ubuntu 8.04

my regards
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