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Re: Distributed firewalls
you can intall and activate firewall policy if you use one of the install scripts available in the Contrib area on our sourceforge page. See FAQ 4.1
Any chance you would implement the possibility to push one ruleset to a firewall module (maybe via ssh?) and restart the module and check status?
It would really give a kick to the application (which I really enjoy). And maybe support clustered firewalls?
Re: On FreeBSD
> Installation on a FreeBSD however
> requires some insight. Add some FAQs
> around this subject and fwbuilder would
> definitily get more focus on the FreeBSD
we are working out last portability issues in the API library and the GUI. A section about building on FreeBSD will be added to the Requirements document at the time of the next release (1.0.2)
It's a delight to use the GUI. Very nice work.
Installation on a FreeBSD however requires some insight. Add some FAQs around this subject and fwbuilder would definitily get more focus on the FreeBSD platform.
Just wanted to say this is a great product, and I hope to continue to get better. This has made configuring iptables rule-bases a dream.
Thanks again for all your work,
Michael Groves :)
> % yes, that's correct. See our
> % Requirements file on the project's
> % page.
> Putting that in freshmeat dependencies
> would be very useful. This way would be
> easier to download all packages needed.
> Just a suggestion. nice application
I guess it is better late than never. I added dependencies.
> yes, that's correct. See our
> Requirements file on the project's home
Putting that in freshmeat dependencies would be very useful. This way would be easier to download all packages needed. Just a suggestion. nice application
> You need libxml to install the RPM
yes, that's correct. See our Requirements file on the project's home page.
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