am using a bash shell under Ubuntu Linux operating system. Sometime I need to restrict my own Internet bandwidth for all my shell applications such as ftp, sftp, wget, curl and friends. How do I limit the network speed under bash without setting up a complicated firewall and tc rules as described here
I‘ve installed keepalived IP failover software as described here. But how do I verify it is working or not?
I see lots of failed FTP login attempts in my log file. How do I stop FTP bruteforce attack? What should I do to solve this problem under FreeBSD 7.x server operating systems?
I‘ve setup FreeBSD and OpenBSD under KVM. Everything works great except ftp protocol. I’ve no firewall installed inside FreeBSD and OpenBSD. How do I configure Linux host KVM firewall to allow ftp traffic?
would like to tell my BSD based PF firewall to flush out the current configuration every 2 minutes. This will help me, when I’m testing a new rules and configuration options. Some time I find myself locked out of my own remote server. How do I reset PF firewall automatically without issuing hard reboot?
I‘ve FreeBSD 7.x server with 3 jails are configured to run a mail, web and MySQL services. My FreeBSD box has two network interfaces. First, interface is connected to LAN and other is directly connected to the Internet via public IP. My DNS servers are hosted on private network (LAN). FreeBSD 7.x jail only support one interface and one IP address. How do I configure jail (FreeBSD vps) to access my DNS servers hosted inside my LAN using PF firewall?
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?