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Author Purdy, Gregor N.

Title Linux iptables : pocket reference / Gregor N. Purdy
Published Sebastopol, Calif. : O'Reilly Media, [2004]
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Description 1 online resource (iii, 91 pages) : illustrations
Contents Linux iptables Pocket Reference; Introduction; An Example Command; Concepts; Tables; Chains; Packet flow; Rules; Matches; Targets; Applications; Configuring iptables; Persistent rules; Other configuration files; Compiling your own kernel; Connection Tracking; Accounting; Network Address Translation (NAT); Source NAT and Masquerading; Destination NAT; Transparent Proxying; Load Distribution and Balancing; Stateless and Stateful Firewalls; Tools of the Trade; iptables Command Reference; Getting help; The iptables Subcommands; iptables Matches and Targets
Internet Protocol (IPv4) matchesACCEPT target; ah match; connmark Match; CONNMARK target; conntrack match; DNAT target; DROP target; dscp match; DSCP target; ecn match; ECN target; esp match; FTOS target; helper match; icmp match; ip (Internet Protocol IPv4) matches; iplimit match; ipv4options match; IPV4OPTSSTRIP target; length match; limit match; LOG target; mac match; mark match; MARK target; MASQUERADE target; multiport match; NETLINK target; NETMAP target; nth match; owner match; pkttype match; pool match; POOL target; psd (Port Scan Detector) match; QUEUE target; quota match
Random matchrealm match; recent match; record-rpc match; REDIRECT target; REJECT target; RETURN target; ROUTE target; SAME target; SNAT target; state match; string match; tcp match; tcpmss match; TCPMSS target; time match; tos match; TOS target; ttl match; TTL target; udp match; ULOG target; unclean match; Utility Command Reference; iptables-restore; iptables-save; Index
Summary Firewalls, Network Address Translation (NAT), network logging and accounting are all provided by Linux's Netfilter system, also known by the name of the command used to administer it, iptables. The iptables interface is the most sophisticated ever offered onLinux and makes Linux an extremely flexible system for any kind of network filtering you might do. Large sets of filtering rules can be grouped in ways that makes it easy to test them and turn them on and off. Do you watch for all types of ICMP traffic--some of them quite dangerous? Can you take advantage of
Notes Includes index
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Subject Linux.
Operating systems (Computers)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0596528752 (electronic bk.)
1449378986 (electronic bk.)
9780596528751 (electronic bk.)
9781449378981 (electronic bk.)