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Old 29th September 2009, 14:22
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Default How can I setup more restricted role in iptables

Hello to everybody,
I'm having a look at the ISPConfig firewall.
I know that this firewall is using iptables via bastille.
The "problem" is that with ISPConfig I can say just witch port I want to open.
What I would like to realize is add also just a specific IP what is allow to enter in that ports.
How can I do it?
I've read that if I edit the iptables manually, ISPConfig later will change it again...
Thanks
Michele

PS: Another stupid question: by default, means just after ISPConfig installation, is his firewall off? Because I forgot to add a Firewall record in one of my test and somebody hacker my server...
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