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Developer working at Syltek Solutions


Apr
1
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
I did a complete yum update and still have the 1.3.5 version. It is the last version available from the repos. Is there another way to update it than building from source?
Apr
1
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi, when I run iptables-save I get the errors in the first edit of the question and yes, it is a web server.
Apr
1
revised wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Updated title
Apr
1
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi Sean, I edited the question with the results. Also tried watch -n 0.5 "cat /proc/net/ip_conntrack" and got "cat: /proc/net/ip_conntrack: No such file or directory"
Apr
1
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
I run your test and it seems to be there the problem, as you said. So the only solution is to upgrade to a new version, as pepoluan suggests?
Apr
1
revised wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Done some tests
Mar
31
revised wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
added more info about the bug
Mar
31
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi jliendo, I tried but without luck. Thanks any way.
Mar
31
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi Sean, i tried but it still does not work with your rule.
Mar
31
comment wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Hi vadimk, I have "iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT" so that should allow anything by default. I tried your suggestion but it still doesnt work.
Mar
31
answered Making `wget` not save the page
Mar
31
asked wget blocked by iptables in CentOS 5.5 and iptables 1.3.5
Mar
28
awarded  Editor
Feb
25
awarded  Scholar
Feb
25
accepted What does the suffix .d mean in Linux?
Feb
25
awarded  Student
Feb
25
comment What does the suffix .d mean in Linux?
but conf is also a directory, so if both are directories, what is the difference? You are right about ServerFault, is it possible to move it?
Feb
25
asked What does the suffix .d mean in Linux?
Dec
6
awarded  Supporter
Feb
5
comment Ping a Specific Port
PortQry works great and its only 140kb. Thanks!