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Firewall re-visited

By Adeyinka
Oct 11, 2003
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  1. Thanks MattG and Everybuddie

    What I want to achieve is this
    I want to be using my firewall (as router, running Linux Redhart 8, iptables v1.2.6a) to accept packet from from a specific IP address say "10.10.0.35" ELSE drop the packet

    If accepted, Route same packet to a specific IP address(A host) say with IP address 199.200.5.1
    Takes(I mean the firewall in reverse direction) packet from The Host(199.200.5.1) and route it to the the specific IP address(10.10.0.35)
    Every other -s packet should not be allowed

    And One other thing

    If I re install A linux box, I understand Iptables comes bundled with the package and that you don't need to re compile the kernel again? b'cos I have not mastered the kernel stuff and do't want to mess the one already install.

    Kindly give me a step my step rule to achieving what I want. I have hrs left to get this thing DONE for good

    If you can spare a chat period I am available on yahoo messenger for possible chat assistance. You cant believe I have not rested for the past 36 hrs trying to figure this out

    Thanks


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  2. MattG

    MattG TS Rookie Posts: 147

    Please read my response to your other thread, Urget and Fast..

    Thanks

    Matt
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