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comment Accessing Amazon S3 from a private VPC subnet
See my answer to stackoverflow.com/questions/25539057/… for one way to do this, although my answer relates more to setting up an S3 bucket so that it can ONLY be accessed from a specific VPC, so it may only partially answer your question.
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comment How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
For ipv6 you need to use ip6tables. It's separate.
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revised How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
Add a warning to flush the rules
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comment How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
OK, editing my answer to answer that question
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answered How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
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comment How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
This rule -m limit --limit 5/min -j LOG --log-prefix "iptables denied: will log all packets matching it but no more than five per minute. It doesn't actually deny them, despite what the log prefix is set to. Do you want to log and block all traffic from a certain IP?
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comment How to determine what traffic is being dropped / blocked base on iptables log
Yes, something is most likely wrong with your configuration. What are you trying to do exactly? Yes, port 22 is SSH and 80 is HTTP and DPT is destination port, so you are logging some HTTP and SSH traffic. What is your goal? Are you trying to log traffic without affecting it? Are you trying to reject traffic? The "limit" module is used to match in a rate limited fashion.
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answered Setting different caching headers for difrerent redirections using Apache mod_rewrite
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