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Salah satu contoh penggunaan iptables :

Server menerima port 22122 untuk diteruskan ke 192.168.0.2 port 22.

# iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 22122 -j DNAT --to-destination… 23 more words
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IPtables Part IV : Iptables and Netfilter Architecture

Introduction

iptables is a widely used firewall tool that interfaces with the kernel’s netfilter packet filtering framework. For users and administrators who don’t understand the architecture of these systems, creating reliable firewall policies can be daunting, not only due to challenging syntax, but also because of number of interrelated parts present in the framework. 2,590 more words

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IPtables Part III : Blocking

To block network connections that originate from a specific IP address, 15.15.15.51 for example, run this command:

sudo iptables -A INPUT -s 15.15.15.51 -j DROP
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IPtables Part II : Allowing Connections

Discover the Ports Being Used by Your Services

In order to add exceptions to allow communication between our components, we need to know the network ports being used. 239 more words

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IPtables Part I : Introduction

Iptables is a standard firewall included in most Linux distributions by default (a modern variant called nftables will begin to replace it). It is actually a front end to the kernel-level netfilter hooks that can manipulate the Linux network stack. 1,781 more words

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iptables bare bones

Most *nix boxes have iptables pre-installed. For example, an Ubuntu Linux Server (headless) 16.04.2 LTS will have iptables installed.

Find out what rules exist on the host to which you have console and root/sudo access: 475 more words

SecureNet: Simulating a Secure Network with Mininet

I have been working with OpenStack(devstack) for a while and I must say it is quite convenient to bring up a test setup using devstack. At times, I still feel it is an overkill to use devstack for a quick test to verify your understanding of the network/security rules/routing etc. 1,119 more words

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