locking iptables configuration
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There is something similar done with auditctl - "auditctl -e 2" locks and prevents any further changes to its configuration and logs any such attempts to the audit log file. It would be nice if I could load my iptables(-saved) configuration/rules and then use that option to lock it so that it cannot be changed until the next time the machine reboots. Is this (easily) doable?
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