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Blocking ports using IPTables and DDWRT

Taken from here.

Basically , we get a lot of enquiries on how to block certain ports or only allow certain ports to get access. 169 more words


Managing DDWRT

Excellent article on managing DDWRT here.


CentOS | Firewall Port Management

If your server happens to be behind a firewall, then make use of iptables to manage the server ports.

Quick guide to open port 80 - 88 more words





iptables is a command-line firewall utility that uses policy chains to allow or block traffic. When a connection tries to establish itself on your system, iptables looks for a rule in its list to match it to. 476 more words


Network Namespaces

Network namespaces are one of the building blocks of openstack neutron.Neutron uses network namespaces to achieve Multi-tenant network virtualisation. Namespaces in general mean a grouping of particular entities to distinguish between each other and prevent name collision.Almost all object oriented programming languages have namespaces to separate functions, objects with same names. 455 more words


return values for drop and reject

How it works ?

[+] Only some firewalls works in L7 supports data (content of packets) depended filtering

[+] Packet bloking rules use port number and IP adress… 67 more words

General Topics

Port forwarding in VirtualBox (Vagrant) with Centos

I have got VirtualBox (Vagrant actually) with CentOs. I have got port forwarding there.
But I can’t execute anything from my host machine.

it was firewall problem. 12 more words