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Re: [SLE] setting up ipchains



correction ipchains -A -p tcp --destination-port #'s DENY

On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Rolando Roman wrote:
> i am no expert but i think
> ipchains -A -p tcp --destinationport 139,515,901,6000 should work
>
> there is a nice tutorial on ipchains at
> www.linuxformat.co.uk
>
>
> On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Tazio Ceri wrote:
> > I have been reading the ipchains-HOWTO for a while,
> > and I am trying to set up my own firewall.
> >
> > I am trying to deny all packets incoming to my PC at port
> > 139, 515, 901 and 6000.
> > What could I put in the ipchains call as destination?
> > I use a dialup connection.
> >
> > Examples are very appreciated!
> >
> > Tazio
> >
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