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How-to-firewall

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On linux you might also check that you have the >>nf_conntrack_ftp<< module loaded for ftp ports to work properly. (BSD and other OS's may have an application helper or similar kernel-level support.)
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On linux you might also check that you have the @@nf_conntrack_ftp@@ module loaded for ftp ports to work properly. (BSD and other OS's may have an application helper or similar kernel-level support.)
April 23, 2013, at 05:43 PM EST by Jesse Norell - mention nf_conntrack_ftp module
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On linux you might also check that you have the >>nf_conntrack_ftp<< module loaded for ftp ports to work properly. (BSD and other OS's may have an application helper or similar kernel-level support.)
April 23, 2013, at 05:39 PM EST by Jesse Norell - example ufw firewall
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DTC uses standard mail/web/ssh/ftp server ports, and you can most third party firewall scripts (shorewall, ufw, etc.). To install and configure ufw on debian/ubuntu:

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# aptitude install ufw
# ufw allow 53/udp
# ufw allow 21/tcp
# ufw allow 22/tcp
# ufw allow 25/tcp
# ufw allow 53/tcp
# ufw allow 80/tcp
# ufw allow 110/tcp
# ufw allow 143/tcp
# ufw allow 443/tcp
# ufw allow 465/tcp
# ufw allow 587/tcp
# ufw allow 993/tcp
# ufw allow 995/tcp
# ufw enable
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