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Nils Philippsen wrote:
[ Followup to fedora-list@xxxxxxxxxx, fedora-config-list is to discuss development of configuration tools ]
On Tue, 2004-11-02 at 15:57 +0100, Jochen Witte wrote:
using Fedora 2 / dhclient-3.0.1rc14-1.
Anytime I restart network or issue the dhclient-command by hand, iptables
is activated with some standard-rules or so. How can I avoid this?
I think you may have configured a firewall with the installer or so, when running system-config-securitylevel, is "Security Level" set to "Enable firewall" or "Disable firewall"?
I have the same problem, it's actually getting quite annoying as the machine also servers as a router. I have my system-config-securitylevel "Disable firewall". And if memory serves me right, that's how I installed it.
A grep of /etc/init.d/network for 'table' came up negative. However I do see some code which disables ipv4 forwarding. To be quite honest, that is indeed the only symptom i've noticed after a `service network restart`, I never bothered to check the actually rules.
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