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Old 14th June 2010, 21:40
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Default ispconfig firewall rules gone after reboot

each time I reboot my server the ispconfig firewall rules go away. Is there a way I can invoke the script each time the server boots.
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Make sure that the bastille firewall script in /etc/init.d gets started at boot time.

Which Linux distribution?
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You can create the system startup links for the Bastille firewall as follows:
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update-rc.d bastille-firewall defaults
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