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IPmenu is a curses-based package for configuring netfilter and iptables and Linux 2.4 advanced routing functionality. Its goal is to be able to configure routers, firewalls, packet-filters, or NAT devices that don't run X windows, but can still benefit from a terminal-oriented windowing environment (e.g., for configuring the firewall over a serial link). It offers menu-based lists to choose such things as source/destination ports and addresses, ICMP type, log level, reject error packet, etc. IPmenu can also be used as a browser and iptables editor to inspect the contents of various iptables chains.


Recent releases

  •  25 Feb 2001 21:37

    Release Notes: Support for "Policy Routing" on Linux 2.4 using Netfilter MARK rules and "class based queueing" (CBQ). An interface for configuring various Linux traffic queueing disciplines (TBF, RED, etc.) is included.

    •  08 Feb 2001 19:45

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      17 Dec 2004 06:36 emil5

      The only usable frontend
      right now it's the only usable forntend for iptables. I was just browsing thos kde-like and gtk's frontends and I have to say, that they are "extremly crappy" thing.

      Ipmenu is simply the best right now. It would be great if someone continues developing it.


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