incoming ssh/sftp blocked by iptables

Satish Balay balay at
Wed Apr 14 20:45:04 UTC 2004

On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 Fulko.Hew at wrote:

> With test 2 there are now a set of iptable rules that
> block (amongst other things) SSH and SFTP.
> When starting the system it seems as though the NTP
> script 'knows' that iptables is in effect and adds
> a hole to talk through.
> The NTP stuff appears to have been added around test1, but
> didn't affect anyone, because there were no default iptable
> rules... now there are.
> I would think that the startup script for SSH should
> also punch a hole in iptables in a similar manner.
> Any comments before I Bugzilla it?

If 'ssh' is listed as a 'Trusted Service' in
system-config-security-level and you can't get in via ssh - then it
would be bugzilla thing. (However this works for me)


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