I am trying to set up iptables on my RH8.0 (kernel 2.4.18) distro.
I have found that the built-in lokkit configurator is way too
simplistic. i.e. it leaves out basic services like samba, ntp, real
On the other hand, many of the examples on the net appear to be way
My situation is as follows:
Small home network with a couple of Linux machines and a couple of
Windoze machines (Win98, WinXP, Win2k).
I believe I need to allow the following services:
ntp (for setting network time)
samba (for mounting disks on mywindoze machines)
nfs (for mounting disks on my other linux machines)
http (for my small apache server)
ssh (for communicating between computers and for logging in from work)
dhcp??? (I use a mix of static and dynamic addresses set up by my
realaudio (and presumably other streaming formats?)
virus program updates (I use f-prot)
Does anybody have a simple documented example that addresses these
I am looking for something that I can understand and then build upon.