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JFwadmin

JFwadmin is a Java 2 high-level X11 tool for ipchains. The GUI displays easy-to-understand services. Features include scripts generation, firewall save and restore, automatic interface and IP address and routes detection, current firewall configuration display, and handling of masq-modules and port-forwarding.

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  •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

    Release Notes: Removal of duplicated rules, GUI enhancements on services ordering and color management, support for "tcp syn" flags of ipchains, allowing more secure output services, and a fix for a bug with ports ranges in /etc/services.

    •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

      Release Notes: An enhanced GUI (nice icons, pop-up menus), support for masquerading modules management, support for port forwarding, a new possibility to specify whatever source/destination networks in new rules editing, properties file for system level configuration, and the ability to get different default networks and port ranges with the properties.

      •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

        Release Notes: In version 0.7, too restrictive firewall rules for input services did not permit masquerading to work properly. To fix this important problem, an option has been added in the input service creation dialog box, which permits the creation of input services used with masquerading.

        •  30 Jan 2001 06:13

          Release Notes: First public version.

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          13 Feb 2004 10:48 mfeledyn

          Project discontinued
          No time to make the software evolve... other products do the job better... project discontinued.

          22 Nov 2001 08:08 mfeledyn

          Linux kernel version
          The 0.82 version applies to Linux 2.2.x kernels.

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