linux iptables

How do I configure iptables firewall under CentOS / Fedora / RHEL / Redhat Linux to allow access to the Samba server? How do I open TCP ports # 137, 138, 139 and 445 under Linux so that all Microsoft Windows machine can access files and printer on a Linux host?

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The default Iptables configuration under CentOS / Red Hat / RHEL / Fedora Linux does not allow inbound access to LDAP service. How do I update iptables settings to allow access to the LDAP primary TCP #389 and encrypted-only TCP # 636 ports, while keeping all other ports on the server in their default protected state?

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How do I forward multiple ports using Linux iptables based firewall?

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Q. I am a brand new user of a Linux iptables and I can’t find how to instruct my iptables to delete or unblock an IP address listed in iptables firewall. I’m using Debian Linux version. Can you help please?

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Q. I run both RHEL / CentOS Linux server and by default firewall blocked out everything including telnet / ssh access. How do I allow telnet – port 23 and ssh port 22 thought Linux iptables firewall ? A.By default firewall rules stored at /etc/sysconfig/iptables location / file under CentOS / RHEL. All you have […]

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Q. How do I stop or restrict access to my OpenSSH (SSHD) server using Linux iptables based firewall? A. Linux iptables firewall can be use to block or restrict access to ssh server. Iptables command is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the tables of IP packet filter rules in the Linux kernel. However, […]

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