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comment Apache becomes unconnectable after certain time?
Wow, must've had a brain freeze. It was My piped program for logs was failing. I think you got it!
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comment Dealing with brute force on RHEL
@ott - there have been no entries/attempts since I applied it.
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comment Dealing with brute force on RHEL
I see. So with my current rules as is, after installing fail2ban, what basic configuration commands should I set, or will it auto-read the iptables and just configure automatically?
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So fail2ban would be a replacement over iptables, right? They can't live together, due to conflicts, etc..
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