Nishita Agarwal Shares Her Interview Experience on Linux ‘iptables’ Firewall

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25 Responses

  1. Anand says:

    On Question No:8
    service status iptables [On CentOS 6/5] (is wrong)

    service iptables status is correct

  2. Bernhard M. says:

    there is a leftover -s in section 12… and -j DENY does not exist (at least here)

    and IMHO, you should use the REJECT target instead of the DROP target to not create black holes for data, causing long timeouts in software.

  3. Prabhat kumar says:

    This is very informative. Thank you so much for sharing your experience….

  4. D. says:

    Thanks Nishitha for taking your time sharing your experience. And thanks to Tecmint team

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