Re: redhat-config-securitylevel & lokkit

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On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, smoothmilk wrote:

> I saw a post a while that touched on lokkit breifly, however I have a
> special situation and I don't know how to handle it:
> I have apache2 listening on port 11000, how do I make it allow incoming
> connections on port 11000? Setting "allow incoming: WWW (http)" does
> nothing of course, because thats only port 80,8000,8080, etc. What would
> I need to add in the "Other ports: " field to make it work?
> http:tcp:11000 ? i have no idea.

In the "other ports" field, add "11000:tcp 11000:udp".  (IIRC, use blank
as the separator.  If it doesn't take, use comma instead.)

> Also, /usr/sbin/lokkit doesn't remember my settings... everytime I open
> it, all the fields are blank, including the initial "enable / disable
> security". All of the GUI's for rh's config tools are gone too, I just
> have these text-based tools (which do work, however).

It remembers your settings fine, it just ignores them on startup.  RH
considers this a "feature" that keeps life simple for newbies, but it
seems clear from all the times this comes up on these lists that it's just
confusing.  If you want a real firewall tool, there are plenty out there
(mentioned inthe archives).

The GUI is now called "redhat-config-securitylevel".

> Thanks
> -smthmlk

		Matthew Saltzman

Clemson University Math Sciences
mjs AT clemson DOT edu

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