Is there a way to prevent a specific process from creating any TCP/UDP connection under Linux? Just like the firewall under Windows, I need to block a process's any network activity.
on 01/07/2013 – Made popular on 01/07/2013
Iptables, is a great tool to create firewall in Linux, actually it is not only for that, but useful to pre-process or post-process any package of data that arrives to our Linux Operating System machine.
The other day I was needing to block the access to my network using the mac address of a machine, and Iptables come to save my day.
When I'm playing a game, I don't want Dropbox taking hogging my network connection. I have been able to noticeably reduce my latency by turning it off while playing. The same is true to a lesser extend for web browsing.
I'm looking for network equivalents for niceness and scheduling policies (SCHED_BATCH etc. in schedtool). Does such a thing exist?
Hi, I've recently installed ubuntu precise, the installation and update process was done using my wired network connection; after config my wireless card, eveytime i start my pc if the wired connection is not plugged I get I message "looking for network connection..." this process delays up to 4 minutes, then i boot into the X manager and after logon I get network connection through my w
A good mate on a forum had helped me with creating this script but everything Ive thrown at it outputs wrong and I do not know why or what is the issue. I ran all my script in ubuntu's terminal if questioned as bash test.sh.