On Oct 26, 2003, at 8:24 PM, William Hooper wrote:
> 1) Any reason in particular that this feature would be removed?
> are about a million reasons why ports other than the standard 5 would
> need to be opened, and a simple interface (integrated into the current
> Security Level Configuration app) for customizing the (nonstandard)
> ports would be nice.
Oddly enough, it is still there in redhat-config-securitylevel-tui
Thanks for the response... it is quite interesting that the GUI
firewall is lacking in some (basic) functionality, while its EXTREMELY
ugly TUI cousin does have it...
in looking over redhat-config-securitylevel-tui, I notice something
interesting. The settings in the redhat-config-securitylevel-tui are
not the same as they are in the GUI version. I enable (for example)
SSH and FTP passthrough in the GUI, save the changes, and then start up
the TUI version and nothing is selected. I would think that changing
the firewall settings would change them globally... is this a bug???