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=How to test=
 
=How to test=
  
1. Start firewalld
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Start firewalld
  
 
   systemctl start firewalld.service
 
   systemctl start firewalld.service
  
2. Check if it is up and running
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Check if it is up and running
  
 
   systemctl status firewalld.service
 
   systemctl status firewalld.service
  
3. Check if the firewall command line tool 'firewall-cmd' is able to connect to the firewall daemon
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Check if the firewall command line tool ''firewall-cmd'' is able to connect to the firewall daemon
  
 
   firewall-cmd --state && echo "running"
 
   firewall-cmd --state && echo "running"
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The result should be ''running''
 
The result should be ''running''
  
4. Check if zones are set up
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Check if zones are set up
  
 
   iptables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l
 
   iptables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l
 
   ip6tables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l
 
   ip6tables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l
  
The output of both command should not be null.
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The output of both commands should not be null.
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Check that you see no errors (or anything weird) in
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  less /var/log/firewalld
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and
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  less /var/log/messages
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The libvirtd errors have already been reported as [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=884346 Bug #884346]
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For more examples see also [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD#Generic_use http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD]

Latest revision as of 17:17, 11 December 2012

[edit] Description

This is the test case to check if firewalld is able to start and if the firewall setup is working.

[edit] How to test

Start firewalld

 systemctl start firewalld.service

Check if it is up and running

 systemctl status firewalld.service

Check if the firewall command line tool firewall-cmd is able to connect to the firewall daemon

 firewall-cmd --state && echo "running"

The result should be running

Check if zones are set up

 iptables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l
 ip6tables-save | grep ZONE | wc -l

The output of both commands should not be null.

Check that you see no errors (or anything weird) in

 less /var/log/firewalld

and

 less /var/log/messages

The libvirtd errors have already been reported as Bug #884346

For more examples see also http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD