Re: IPTables behind a router ?
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 16:21:30 +0100
steve harris wrote:
> there is no sense in stopping something twice so you will have to make a
> list of what the router stops and a list of what iptables you set up
> will stop.
> I use Newriders.com Linux Firewalls 2nd edition. (red bunder) to set up
> iptables. The 1st edition (purple binder) only covered ipchains.
> As to what the router is doing, good luck. The elcheapos I have, I think
> the store cash register receipt is larger than the documentation....
Thanks for the reply there Steve. I did a Google on that book and it looks
like just the kind of thing I need to read. Thanks for the reference.
I've got the 'standard-issue' Linksys BEFSR41 router/gateway. It does 'what
it says on the tin' so to speak, but I'd like to get more specific with
what's allowed in and out, so that book should help me do it.
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