[Firewall] Version 1.90a
Arno van Amersfoort
arnova at rocky.eld.leidenuniv.nl
Sat Jan 10 01:33:44 CET 2009
Are you sure it's line 504/505? The code you're mentioning is already
And for Eli's problem: I find it hard to believe NAT is broken. Are you
sure you've used the 1.9 config (and not recycled the old 1.8). And have
a close look at your firewall log, this should provide a clue on what's
Mark van Dijk wrote:
>> FIRST PROBLEM
>> After installation and running
>> /etc/rc.d/init.d/arno-iptables-firewall restart
>> I get:
>> Restarting Arno's Iptables Firewall...done.
>> Not the familiar scrolling down of what's actually happening.
> That's not a problem, that's a feature! An init script usually doesn't output
> anything. It's the way it's designed to work and isn't something Arno can
> change - it's distribution-dependent. Just like you said: if you want it to
> output, use the arno-iptables-firewall script in /usr/sbin.
>> SECOND PROBLEM
>> After running the program manually, I did get the familiar scrolling down of
>> info, but I couldn't connect to internet at all.
>> It would seem that something is broken with NAT.
>> I hope this gets solved soon.
> Sounds to me like you need to review your config. Are you sure that it is setup
> Don't forget to turn on all logging and use arno-fwfilter to read them more
> Arno --> There is a small bug in arno-fwfilter, in the HTML output to be exact.
> Red <font> tags do not get closed so only the first line of the HTML output
> shows it correctly. I have added the following lines to linenumber 504/505:
> if (USE_ANSI_COLORS==1) printf("\033[0m")
> if (USE_HTML==1) printf("</font>")
> I think that's how I did it, but I'm not too sure since it has been a while
> ago. Maybe you can confirm the bug..
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