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RE: [SLUG] server crash - incorrect iptables config possible caus e.
- To: mkraus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: RE: [SLUG] server crash - incorrect iptables config possible caus e.
- From: Kevin Saenz <ksaenz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 03 Apr 2003 14:29:34 +1000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
iptables -L is to list all iptables rules
now the problem you get is that rather than
listing ip addresses as default it wants to
list DNS entries resulting in the "hanging"
you experienced. So the best suggestion is
iptables -L -n
> Hi again,
> Additionally, I noticed that when, on the new machine I was setting
> up, I set the default policy to drop for the filter INPUT then it
> would appear to hang when running `iptables -L`. I had to press ^C and
> remove the rule.
> I find if I replace rc.firewall (which now has defunct references to
> eth1 as the card is now in the other box it was replaced by) I can't
> log in again.
> So can incorrect iptable rules prevent loggin in?
> Michael S. E. Kraus
> Capital Holdings Group (NSW) Pty Ltd
> p: (02) 9955 8000
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