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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with iptables

    Thanks, The Cog. Interesting test you posted.

    I explained it to me with the following analogy. I have iptables protecting my house. Any person entering will go through the input lane, any person...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with iptables

    Hello SeijiSenesei,
    Thank you for your response. I thought I had answered that in my first response. It is a workstation. I tried this was because I was reading about iptables and wanted to check...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with iptables

    Yes, that works. But why? I thought that with "-A INPUT -m conntrack --ctstate RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT" I allow incoming traffic if it is a response to an outgoing one. Since I don't specify an...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with iptables

    Thank you SeijiSensei. Yes, when changing the INPUT Policy to ACCEPT, it works. This is actually the default, INPUT, OUTPUT and FOWARD all set to ACCEPT, no other rules. It is running on a desktop...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with iptables

    The Cog, thank you for your answer.
    I haven't set any other rules, so everything else uses the default values (OUTPUT: ACCEPT, FORWARD: ACCEPT)

    # Generated by iptables-save v1.8.4 on Fri Feb 11...
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    [ubuntu] problems with iptables

    Hello all,

    According to my understanding the following rule should allow me to continue surfing the web, because the answer from the webserver is a response to an already established connection....
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