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- Tim Frink
June 22, 2010, 8:47 am
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I've a new Linux box (running Debian Lenny) which is connected via a WLAN
card to a DSL router. The firewall of the DSL router is disabled. Now I
would like to install a firewall on my Linux system. Which connections
do I need to block in general? Are there any graphical tools that help me
to setup firewall rules? Or any out-of-the-box scripts that can be used
after a slight modification?
Re: Firewall setup
I would recommend you to block all but the "regular" ports like e-mail,
ftp, http, shttp, etc. etc. Than open-up other ports along the way if
you encounter problems with your connections.
For the other questions: try google.com
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