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Old 10th April 2006, 09:58
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/sbin/bastille-netfilter is using iptables.
You can check the state of your firewall with
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iptables -L
Hi Falko
thanks, any ideal the advantage of using the script ?
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Old 10th April 2006, 11:01
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The advantage of the bastille script is, that it works with IPTables and IPChains andcan be easiely configured with a config file.
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Default bastille-netfilter

i am running centos 4.3 and ispconfig, i am interested how to put default bastille sript (/sbin/bastille-netfilter) into booting process

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Bastille is started automatically during the boot process if you enable it in ISPConfig under management > server > services
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If I install Bastille before I even thinking about installing ispconfig, then, when installing ispconfig is my bastille config file going to be erased?
Does ispconfig check if there is an existing bastille installed?
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Yes, ISPConfig checks that.
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Question I'm very confused!

Hi!

I'm Renata from Brazil, and first anything else I'm very confused. I'm a 'new girl" in this "firewall lands" ;-) Please, let me know if my understanding of your tutorial is correct:

.- The primary_firewall file is the firewall rules that protect the server.
.- The firewall.iptables file is monitoring the rules (this is not the firewall rules)

So, what about this another files (firewall.conf.iptables, firewall.dns, firewall.banned, firewall.iana-reserved, and firewall.local.iptables) to be located in /etc/firewall ?? They are really necessary for your tutorial work?

.- The part where I'm lost is about to understand what is the function of the firewall.conf.iptables file. This file is not contradictory or conflict with your primary_firewall file? Which is the difference between them?

I'm running a webserver Debian Lenny (LAMP)

I'll appreciate a lot your answer!

Thanks!

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Yes you need that file, but most people do... if you don't this is what to do.
Put firewall.conf.iptables, firewall.dns, firewall.banned, firewall.iana-reserved, and firewall.local.iptables (remove the "-generic" from the file names) in a directory called /etc/firewall. <-- that is if my other way didnt work, its just a case of kernel directories and dependincies.

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