The Seattle Firewall is an ipchains firewall that supports IP masquerading and can be used on a standalone system, on a dedicated firewall system, or on a multi-use gateway/server. It supports VPN via IPIP tunnels, IPSec, and PPTP. It is easily configurable by editing configuration files, and can be extended without modifying the base product. It also includes realtime monitoring with an audible alarm that sounds when suspect packets are detected.
|Tags||Networking Firewalls Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Support for proxy ARP, support for static NAT, and a much-improved DMZ capability.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, fixing all problems documented in http://seawall.sourceforge.net/errata.html.
Release Notes: This update allows resticting access to servers based on client IP address, permits changing the default ruleset strength, includes the ability to alter the kernel's dynamic port range, provides for non-masqueraded local interfaces, correctly handles P-T-P devices in the "local" and "dmz" specifications, and supports running the Linux PPTP client on the firewall system.
Release Notes: Beginning with version 3.1, Seattle Firewall is available as an rpm package. Version 3.1 also includes support for IPSec, both masqueraded and on the Firewall system itself.
Release Notes: This is a major release of Seattle Firewall. The release includes a new installation script for easy install and update and customization is now easier using two new configuration files. Extensive HTML documentation is included along with support for port forwarding, support for a DMZ, and support for running PoPToP on the firewall/gateway system.