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How to bandwidth monitoring/limiting and traffic shape in Linux (using iptables, tc/netem/wondershaper, trickle, ...)

You can apply bandwidth allocation for each port. You can also apply traffic shaping to outgoing or forwarding traffic.

Using iptables, shorewall, firewalld, ufw and ipset to block, masquerade (SNAT) and port forward (DNAT) in Linux

Firewall is a network security system that controls the incoming and outgoing network traffic based on an applied rule set. Some common usage is to block incomming traffic by port, do source NAT / masquerading and destination NAT / port forward. 1,562 more words

Basics of Linux iptables

iptables is a user-space application program that allows to configure the tables provided by the Linux kernel firewall and the chains and rules it stores(Wikipedia). Therefore, it is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the tables of IPv4 packet filter rules in the Linux kernel. 570 more words

Ubuntu

Firewall Dengan Menggunakan IPTables

IPTables sangat familiar dikalangan pengguna Linux. Aplikasi tersebut sering digunakan sebagai rules didalam sebuah infrastruktur jaringan atau dapat dikatakan sebagai Firewall. IPTables memiliki banyak jenis rules dan tentunya banyak digunakan oleh pengguna yang mengelola suatu jaringan untuk membuat rules didalamnya. 266 more words

Linux

Block incoming connection from ALL IP of a country in Router

I have OpenWrt router where the firewall is setup to allow ONLY ssh incoming traffic (as I use ssh-tunneling from my office PC to my router and then use that tunnel to access other devices in my home network). 666 more words

OpenWrt

¿Como abro el puerto 80 de iptables para poder mostrar el contenido de mi servidor de web?

Si ya instalamos nuestro servidor de paginas web y no podemos ver nada, Lo mas probable es que el servicio de iptables (firewall) este bloqueando el puerto 80 del servidor. 45 more words

Linux

Exemplo de Script de Firewall (iptables)

Exemplo-1 Firewall

 #!/bin/bash

##########################

### Variaveis ###############

##########################

echo “Definindo Variaveis”

REDE=”192.168.60.0/24″

echo “Rede interna”

NET=”0.0.0.0/0″

echo “Todas as Redes”

PA=”1024:65535″

echo “Portas Altas”

DPORT=”80,443″ 1,251 more words

Linux