In CentOS 6 I could type setup from the command line and I would be presented with a set of tools, one of them being Firewall configuration. I can still do this in CentOS 7, except the list no longer includes Firewall configuration as an option.
Does anyone know where I can find it now and why it has been moved?
This is where I used to go to allow incoming traffic via HTTP and HTTPS.
I have a requirement to add comments in /etc/motd file and these comments should not reflect in ssh login banner.. Is it possible to add comments in /etc/motd file ?
Because when ever I comment any line with # it just prints the line along with # as
# comment..... when we login using ssh.
I have a java application which uses an internal proxy server to analyze http trafic for a web application (in browser - Prism or Chrome/Chromium) which is in fact a part of the same app. Based on the trafic analysis it executes some actions...
The application runs well in Windows (XP, 7 and 8) and I also use it in without any problems in Ubuntu and Suse.
I have a network that at the moment is isolated from the internet. We are going to connect it to an existing adsl line that has a firewall,but we want to add another firewall behind it as we do not have total control over the existing firewall. The only thing we want to allow is smtp access for one computer.