Originally Posted by falko
You cannot do it with ISPConfig's firewall, but noone prevents you from using another firewall. Disable ISPConfig's firewall and use a more advanced one.
Thanks for the info falko.. I was kind of affraid of this allready.
The server is in a datacenter (about 100km from here), and as I'm not really good in playing with IPtables and other firewall's I'll wait for the next trip over to the datacenter to set this up locally on the server. (I really do not want to lock myself out)
I guess that the firewall used by ISPconfig does not use IPTables, or does it?