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Whenever I reboot my Fedora Core 1 box, LAN connectivty is lost. If I got into the Security app and click "OK" to enable "Security" (aka the firewall) suddenly connectivity ...
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- 04-23-2004 #1
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- Apr 2004
Fedora Firewall issue
Whenever I reboot my Fedora Core 1 box, LAN connectivty is lost. If I got into the Security app and click "OK" to enable "Security" (aka the firewall) suddenly connectivity is restored until I reboot again. What's confusing to me is when I first open this app it says that security is already enabled, I just click the OK button to enable it again despite the fact it's allegedly already enabled. See what I mean?? Kind of nutty...
Any idea where I should start hunting to troubleshoot this?
- 04-24-2004 #2
I don't use FDC, but I think you need the firewall added to your startup scripts.Me & Myself just ganged up on I....... Now We all have problems..and none of Us are speaking!
bash-3.00$ uname -a
SunOS sparky 5.11 OpenSolaris-swa sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise
- 04-30-2006 #3
Re: Fedora Firewall issueI don't use FDC, but I think you need the firewall added to your startup scripts.
[root]$ chkconfig iptables --list
you should get
iptables 0-off 1-off 2-on 3-on 4-on 5-on 6-off
is this so?
if all are off they can be switched on using
[root]$ chkconfig iptables on
that should do it- reboot.
- 08-06-2006 #4