Lutel Firewall

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Lutel Firewall
Firewall and NAT/masquerade router for home networks or multiple subnet applications

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Lutel Firewall Script is an iptables script for use as a firewall and NAT/masquerade router for home networks or multiple subnet applications. It shares access to an Internet connection from multiple workstations. It supports interface aliases, per subnet traffic definitions, UID and GID of packet owner restrictions, length of packet restrictions, SYN/flood protection, disabling routing between subnets, masquerading setups per subnet, transparent proxy support, port redirection, anti-spoof protection, TOS optimization, predefinied netfilter marking for 3rd party traffic shapers (such as tc), DHCP support, FTP active and passive mode support, and ZorbipTraffic.



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Verified by

Janet Casey

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24 March 2003

Leaders and contributors

Tomasz Lutelmowski Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,

Software prerequisites

Required to useiptables
Weak prerequisiteZorblPtraffic


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