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Re: IPTables question

Mark...IPCop comes with a web interface, by default. That interface is
open, by default, to only the internal network.

Unless he's taken steps to turn off the web interface, it's already there.

> Mike Burger wrote:
>> Silly question time:
>> IPCop has, really, a pretty decent web interface.  Why aren't you using
>> that to handle this?
> Um, I've got RH 9 running on my firewall/router (a p 160Mhz...). I'm
> running
> Bastille Linux on it to harden it. I'd like to open ssh *only* on the
> internal
> trusted network, and closed on the external. A web interface would
> probably be
> nice.
> Ain't gonna happen: it's a firewall/router. NO web server, NO compiler, NO
> X.
> Budi, is that why you're not using a Web interface?
> 	mark
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