Can someone tell me the default runlevels in the firewall for the netfs service. I messed with it and rather than enable it, I would like to set it back to default. Thanks.
on 12/06/2009 – Made popular on 12/06/2009
One of the most common recommendations that I read for users that recently installed Linux Mint is to enable their firewall, which is pretty simple to do. But why is the firewall off by default in the first place? Is there any reason for this?
Ive run into a of a routing issue pertaining to packets leaving a firewall, traversing and IPSec tunnel, hitting the target and then returning via a different tunnel, finally arriving back on the source firewall but on a different interface from where it started. Once the packet has returned to the firewall it is dropped Ive been unable to discover the reason for the drop.
Does anybody know if there is a firewall set up by default in Slackware 12.0 kernel 2.6 ?
I have installed a program which serves through the router, and it will only work on port 80. I have tried port forwarding on the router (Superhub2, VM) and this works for port 80, but not port 3000..3001 which I would like to use.