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comment Fedora 21 Port Forwarding with firewalld (firewall-cmd); how does it REALLY work? Or, does it?
I already made that suggestion too!
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comment Fedora 21 Port Forwarding with firewalld (firewall-cmd); how does it REALLY work? Or, does it?
I strongly suspect that the "Server" installation customizes the firewall in some way and then locks the configuration. Might be OK for a server, but this is a router and you don't want that. Not to mention the inherent (even if minor) security risks in having unnecessary stuff installed.
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comment Fedora 21 Port Forwarding with firewalld (firewall-cmd); how does it REALLY work? Or, does it?
I wouldn't have suggested it otherwise.
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comment Fedora 21 Port Forwarding with firewalld (firewall-cmd); how does it REALLY work? Or, does it?
Did you reinstall with a Minimal install?
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comment Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
In particular, with the Minimal installation, you don't get a FedoraServer firewall zone.
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reviewed Reject Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
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comment Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
@RichardT You got a downvote on a completely different question. I do not know who or why.
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comment Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
@RichardT What are you talking about? You didn't lose any reputation that I can see. And editing posts to correct problems is encouraged here.
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comment Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
For something that's not going to be a host server, like a router/firewall, I would start with a "Minimal" installation rather than a "Fedora Server" installation. You use the same installation media for this. And it will cut out a lot of other stuff you don't need.
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comment Problems simulating bridge with OpenWRT virtualbox
Your OpenWrt machine hasn't got a WAN interface configured at all!
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reviewed Edit and Reopen Debian - Routing multiple virtual interfaces
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revised Debian - Routing multiple virtual interfaces
Removed irrelevant Raspberry Pi references
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comment Windows Server 2008 - Disable Plesk
@GeorgeWBush This is the best way to go about it. Though, 1&1 are generally rubbish anyway; you can do much better elsewhere.
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reviewed Reopen Windows Server 2008 - Disable Plesk
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comment Adding a different name server for a sub-domain
No, this will not help your performance. What are you actually trying to do?
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comment Nginx multiple download freeze
Don't run everything through PHP or it will be slow!
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comment Why would you internally use NAT?
Because IPv6 is so 21st century.
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comment A local IP address (RFC 1918) on my network that is not … local
Unless you want to elaborate on your circumstances, this is all I can offer you.
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comment A local IP address (RFC 1918) on my network that is not … local
If you aren't in Cairo, Egypt (and I suspect you are not) then your ISP has done something horribly wrong. If you are in Cairo, Egypt, then your ISP has done something completely different but equally horribly wrong.
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comment How to enable firewall on Centos 7?
I saw that, but how did you connect to the server?