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SubjectRe: iptables: "stateful inspection?"
"Michael H. Warfield" wrote:
> I think that's more than a little overstatement on your
> part. It depends entirely on the application you intend to put
> it to.

Fine. How do I make FTP work through it? How can I allow all outgoing
TCP connections without opening the network to inbound connections on
the ports of desired services?

> Yes it does. It's clearly stated in all the documentation
> on netfilter and in it's design. Read the fine manual (or web site)
> and you would have uncovered this (or been run over by it) for yourself.
>
> http://netfilter.filewatcher.org/

Thanks.

-M
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