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Question on ipchains



Afternoon:

After booting a fresh install of Wolverine, I noticed that ipchains was up
and running automatically.  Pretty neat.  I wanted to see what had been
configured, so I did this:

   ipchains -L input

I got back the following output:

ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-2.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-1.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-2.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-1.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-2.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     udp  ------  ns-1.software-specialists.net anywhere
domain ->   any
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
http
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
ftp
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
ssh
ACCEPT     all  ------  anywhere             anywhere              n/a
DENY       tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
0:1023
DENY       tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
nfs
DENY       udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
0:1023
DENY       udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
nfs
DENY       tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
x11:6009
DENY       tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
xfs

I don't understand why there are 3 sets of identical entries for my name
servers?  What file do I look in to see what rules are being added to the
input chain?  How is this now set up in Wolverine?  I used to have my own
script I ran, but it's being done automatically now.


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