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Opening SSH and HTTP ports with iptables

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How to use the command line to open ports on your iptables firewall under Linux.
I have to look this up from time to time, usually just after installing a new Linux system intended for use as a test server. There are GUI tools for configuring the firewall, but I usually leave the entire windowing system uninstalled.

By default, many Linux distributions will start up sshd and httpd, but you won’t be able to connect to them over the network, since the ports will be blocked by iptables. The examples below are for Red Hat or CentOS (which is basically Red Hat), and may vary slightly betweenl distributions.
 read more | mail this link | score:8159 | -Ray, January 9, 2006
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