firewalld / iptables.service past F17
jpopelka at redhat.com
Wed May 2 08:22:03 UTC 2012
I've updated the feature page.
On 04/30/2012 10:24 PM, Kévin Raymond wrote:
>>> Does that imply that new installs will be easily switched from firewalld
>>> to static iptables? I always do new install but I want to keep my firewall
>>> static, with my current iptables script.
>> Once we actually go to firewalld by default, then yes, at least as long
>> as lokkit and s-c-f are maintained. The procedure is, more or less:
>> systemctl disable firewalld.service
>> systemctl stop firewalld.service
>> systemctl enable iptables.service
>> systemctl start iptables.service
>> lokkit --enabled
> Hi, from last week FESCo meeting, firewalld has been marked as
> postponned to F18.
> If so, could you please update the wiki page?
> In the docs team, we assume that firewalld is still the default in the
> Release Notes…
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