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ssh on eth0, everything else on eth1 [closed]

I wouldn't even consider myself an iptables novice user, so I was wondering if someone could please help me to do this: I want to be able to ssh into one of my servers using the eth0 network ...
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2answers
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Do newer physical interfaces make a better linux firewall?

At work we use an old (10 year old) linux box with 4 interfaces to act as router/firewall for the network. There's never really been a need to change it since it's stable and handles all our needs. ...
2
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1answer
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Routing OpenVPN tunnel in via public interface and out via NAT'd interface (to internet)

I hope someone can help... I want to Configure OpenVPN-AS (i.e. OpenVPN Access Server, NOT OpenVPN) to work on my VPS. The VPS is a KVM running Ubunto 10.04 LTS, with a very vanilla configuration. ...
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IPTables - Blocking ports on eth0:x Network Interfaces

I'm wondering, is it possible to block certain ports on different interfaces such as eth0:0 eth0:1... For instance, if I want to block on eth0:0 ports 22 and 25 and leave those open on eth0:1 I'm ...