Centos 7 => Automatic iptables rules load

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jejedu67
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Centos 7 => Automatic iptables rules load

Post by jejedu67 » 2018/10/29 23:47:35

Hi,

I want to know if there is a solution in order to load automatically iptables rules after each restart, without going to SSH and load it myself.

Thank you very much

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Re: Centos 7 => Automatic iptables rules load

Post by TrevorH » 2018/10/30 02:59:31

If using iptables-services and not firewalld (the default) then your saved rules are in /etc/sysconfig/iptables and can be updated from the running set of currnet rules by running service iptables save. The rules are loaded from there at reboot/restart if iptables.service is enabled (systemctl is-enabled iptables).

If you use firewalld which is default then you can use firewall-cmd --runtime-to-permanent to save the running rules and/or run firewall-cmd twice, once with and once without --permanent.
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