Management of bridged iptables
eldesoky.lists at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 12:33:32 CEST 2005
You can give the firewall an IP address, on any interface, whether
part of the bridge or not part of the bridge.
This will still keep the firewall stealthy (not shown in traceroutes),
as that IP is not a gateway for any server !!
On 4/26/05, traef06 at ebasedsecurity.com <traef06 at ebasedsecurity.com> wrote:
> I've been scouring Google searches looking for an answer. If this is the wrong forum, please forgive me.
> I want to be able to setup iptables and I guess ebtables for a bridged firewall. My problem is that I also need to be able
> to manage this remotely like with ssh or something.
> How do I do this and still be able to maintain a "stealthy" firewall?
> Thank you in advance for any help.
> Thomas J. Raef
> e-Based Security, Inc.
> "You're either hardened, or you're hacked!"
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