Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Configuration
- 09/13/07 00:40:45 (14 years ago)
v2 v3 6 6 If you installed Vuurmuur from remote (eg via ssh) do not log out or you will be locked out: Vuurmuur by default allows related and established connections (which your ssh session is, of course) but no new connections. 7 7 8 You might also be interested in Vuurmuur Quick Setup Guide (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=114382&package_id=150383) written by Philippe Baumgart and Victor Julien. A number of translations are available at the same link. 9 10 8 There are some simple steps you have to go through: 11 9 … … 14 12 1. set up your rules 15 13 16 (For an thorough explanation of all these concepts please see Concepts introduced by Vuurmuur) 14 For an thorough explanation of all these concepts please see [wiki:Concepts concepts introduced by Vuurmuur]. 17 15 18 16 To accomplish all this you will use Vuurmuurs gui tool vuurmuur_conf. This tool can be used for much more than just configuration: You will be able to check the status of your firewall, monitor active connections, see the bandwith currently used, keep an overview about your transfer volume and much more. But more on this later; lets first set up the firewall.