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Eztables: simple yet powerful firewall configuration for Linux

Anyone who ever has a need to setup a firewall on Linux may be interested in Eztables.

It doesn't matter if you need to protect a laptop, server or want to setup a network firewall. Eztables supports it all.

If you're not afraid to touch the command line and edit a text file, you may be quite pleased with Eztables. 

Some features:

  • Basic input / output filtering
  • Network address translation (NAT)
  • Port address translation (PAT)
  • Support for VLANs
  • Working with Groups / Objects to aggregate hosts and services
  • Logging to syslog
  • Support for plugins
  • Automatically detects all network interfaces

 

 

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