I think manually configuring and saving firewall rules in Atomic Host is a special case. The default build is to support orchestrated containers, and that brings potential for iptables rules automation.

On Apr 21, 2017 10:17, "Dusty Mabe" <dusty@dustymabe.com> wrote:
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I'd like to discuss firewalld on atomic host. Recently I was trying to
figure out the best way to explain to other users how to set firewall rules
on atomic host.

Usually I would say add your rules and then iptables-save, but on Atomic
Host docker has added it's firewall rules in there dynamically so if you iptables-save
you'll get a bunch of stuff that you don't want in your static configuration.

There are ways around this; manually create your config file, or use iptables-save
and then rip the docker stuff out. Either way it's a bit of a pain. I think
firewalld would make this easier on the user. Not sure of the pro/con ratio though.

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