i find firestarter ... a little flaky under heavy traffic.
just 10 people probing me ( i wanted to test the firewall ), and the
frontend crashed and burned, and wouldn't load after that.
other than that ... it works great
Jack Bowling wrote:
On Tue, Nov 11, 2003 at 03:18:11PM -0500, Vanco, Don wrote:
>>I'm not sure if you know about it...but a good firewall, one that I
>>use on my Fedora web, e-mail, etc. server is Firestarter.
> Haven't had a chance to look it over yet - but does it offer any
>hooks into the Fedora iptables "services commands" (saving rules, etc)?
Firestarter works independently of Fedora's own firewall system but it
fully utilizes the netfilter/iptables framework. If you use Firestarter,
you should turn off the Fedora iptables service to allow FS to run
things on its own.