[Firewall] CentOS 7 and boot problem

Michel van Dop mvandop at xs4all.nl
Thu Jun 18 10:26:00 CEST 2015



I found the problem. There was a default firewall active (i think the
default firewall start later on the startup after arno's script).

To disabled: systemctl disable firewalld 

To enabled Arno-iptables-firewall: systemctl enable

Ather the reboot everythink is working fine now!

Best regards,


Michel van Dop schreef op 2015-06-16 16:22: 

> Hi,
> I installed Centos 7.1 and the last Arno firewall iptables script. It works great, but after reboot the firewall is not good loading. 
> I think he is to fast load the Arno firewall scripts and the interface are not up or somethink like that.
> Can anybody help me to automatic start the firewall on boot on CentOS 7? 
> Best regards,
> Michel
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