Can you specify an interface on the forward chain? Or is that only for
input / output?
On our firewall I set up some time restrictions so that the people
behind the firewall get logged off after a certain time (5:00 p.m.). On
this firewall, I flush ipchains with:
However, I see that some do it in this manner:
ipchains -F input
ipchains -F output
ipchains -F forward
What is the difference, and which is better (more secure)? If I do a
"ipchains -F," would it be the same as the second type?