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== Firewall Config ==
 
== Firewall Config ==
 
Not very complete, firewalld commands untested
 
Not very complete, firewalld commands untested
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== Server configuration ==
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I used the server setup on CentOS 7 and want to give some feedback.
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Overall the setup has been good, but the second firewall-cmd didn't work on my system. Instead I used the following command for enabling the masquerade.
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firewall-cmd --add-masquerade
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</code>
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Further I am curios about two things regarding the setup. First of all, why the <code>ln -s ...</code> command? A <code>systemctl enable …</code> looks to me sufficient. The other thing I am curious are the sample server setups. Why is the '''roadwarrior-server.conf''' used or why is it preverable over the '''server.conf'''?

Revision as of 19:43, 23 April 2016

Firewall Config

Not very complete, firewalld commands untested

Server configuration

I used the server setup on CentOS 7 and want to give some feedback.

Overall the setup has been good, but the second firewall-cmd didn't work on my system. Instead I used the following command for enabling the masquerade.

firewall-cmd --add-masquerade

Further I am curios about two things regarding the setup. First of all, why the ln -s ... command? A systemctl enable … looks to me sufficient. The other thing I am curious are the sample server setups. Why is the roadwarrior-server.conf used or why is it preverable over the server.conf?