IP access restriction
ricklim at telus.net
Wed Oct 13 05:36:42 UTC 2004
I take it your using NAT, in this instance it needs to be a bridge type of
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On Behalf Of Mike Burger
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 9:15 PM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: RE: IP access restriction
Yes...a box running iptables could be used as a border/front end firewall.
I'm using such a setup, now, on my DSL connection, to restrict access to
the various machines on my home network.
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Rick Lim wrote:
> The boxes vary from unix servers to voip gateways etc, so IPTABLES is not
> option on each machine, what is required is a machine to funnel all acess
> into and out of the subnet these machines are on.
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> On Behalf Of Mike Burger
> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 4:58 PM
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> Subject: Re: IP access restriction
> On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Rick Lim wrote:
> > I have a friend that has a few boxes directly on the internet, which he
> > thinks are being access by unwanted "visitors".
> > These machine still have to have routable IP address but should have
> > access from external IP subnets.
> > What would be suitable for limiting IP subnet access to these address?
> > Would a 'firewall' like machine with IPTABLES be able to accomplish
> > that is without changing the IP address passed through the 'firewallish'
> > machine?
> iptables, on the system in question, should be sufficient.
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