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|Name: pcx_firewall||Distribution: Unknown|
|Version: 2.15||Vendor: Xperience, Inc.|
|Release: 4||Build date: Thu May 23 20:08:41 2002|
|Group: Applications/Firewall||Build host: navi.zelda.pcxperience.com|
|Size: 306117||Source RPM: pcx_firewall-2.15-4.src.rpm|
|Packager: James A. Pattie <email@example.com>|
|Summary: PCXperience Firewall Scripts|
The pcx_firewall scripts provide a programming API in perl using OO modules to access the iptables features of the 2.4.x linux kernels. Run perldoc PCXFireWall::Module to see the POD documentation for Module. Or you can look at the man pages in the documentation directory. Run '/usr/lib/pcx_firewall/generator' after customizing the configuration methods in '/usr/lib/pcx_firewall/PCXFireWall/Rules.pm'. This will create firewall which is the actual firewall script. Run '/usr/lib/pcx_firewall/install' to put the script in the final location which is /etc/pcx_firewall. Your previous script will be backed up before the new script is put in place. To use the included iptables.pcx rc.d/init.d script you need to enable it via 'chkconfig iptables.pcx on' and then start it by 'service iptables.pcx start'. Make sure that the ipchains service is not running otherwise iptables.pcx will not start.
* Wed Apr 10 2002 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.14 - Added the insmod Modules support. * Tue Apr 02 2002 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.13 - Fixed up some IPv6 issues. Made the startup script output Success/Failure messages for the start and stop actions. * Sun Mar 03 2002 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.12 - Fleshing out any matches and Targets that were not included in the previous versions. * Fri Dec 28 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.11 - Moved the core modules into the Perl tree. Moved the Rules.pm module into the Rules Package as it is now being maintained in the PCXFirewall Rules module. * Fri Nov 30 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.10 - Removed the VeryTightStatic module as it is now being maintained in the PCXFirewall Rules module. * Fri Nov 16 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.9 - Major changes in how rules are generated and the ordering that generator outputs rules and /proc entries in. See README and changelog in generator for more details. * Thu Nov 08 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.8 - Major change in how /proc is handled. Other cleanups and enhancements were also done. We now support the use of ip instead of just ifconfig to determine dynamic IP Addresses. Added /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables.pcx service script which will run the firewall startfw and stopfw scripts. It is based off of RedHat's script. * Thu Oct 04 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.7 - Changed the layout of the documentation files to clean things up for the import into SF cvs. Updated install script to handle naming the copied scripts after the rules module they were generated from. * Sun Sep 09 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.6 - Fixed the file permission problem when generating files. Updated the install script to have better argument support and have a verbose option so you can see what is happening. Updated Rules.pm. * Sun Jul 15 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.5 - Removed the protocol check for reject so that it can be used for any protocol. Pointed out by Arne Bernin. * Sun Jul 15 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.4 - If building the scripts off a custom rules file the resulting scripts are placed in a directory with the same name as the rules file being used (without the .pm ending of course). The install script is now able to pull the scripts from a specified directory using -s sourcedir or it will pull from output if no directory is specified. * Sun Jun 17 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.3: Made locations be customizable. Any of the antiSpoofing, logMartians, icmpRedirects, sourceRouting methods can now have the interface defined to enable/disable or apply to all interfaces (like it previously did). limitting log and it's parent rules are now seperate things. You can specify a rule which will log and only limit the log, the rule or neither/both via the parameters you specify. See NOTE in the man pages. * Sat Apr 28 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.2 - Rule fixes (bootp) - Added optional "Rules" command line argument to use when running generator. - Created Template.pm which is a stripped down version of Rules.pm and is stored in the doc directory. Used to allow the user to have multiple rulesets defined for use by generator. * Sun Apr 22 2001 James A. Pattie <email@example.com> - Version 2.1 - minor bug fixes and improvements in error generation code. - Updated the default Rules to be a better template and fixed simple error in FORWARD chain allow code. It was looking at the wrong interface. - Added error checking for length of chain and log-prefix values. - Moved some rules around so that they don't match too soon. - Fixed the Squid allow rules. - Changed the URL for the project in the rpm. - Added some very important policy settings to stoppingRules. - Fleshed out some more generic protocols for INPUT. * Fri Apr 20 2001 James A. Pattie <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Version 2.0 - Redesigned the firewall configuration to be a perl API which provides easier "design" and "programming" of an iptables firewall. - Updated the Rules so that ICMP traffic is allowed to reach the firewall. - Updated the Rules so that the LOG rules had limits turned on. - Made the log-prefix value be at most 29 characters.
/etc/pcx_firewall /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables.pcx /usr/lib/pcx_firewall /usr/lib/pcx_firewall/PCXFireWall /usr/lib/pcx_firewall/generator /usr/lib/pcx_firewall/install /usr/lib/pcx_firewall/output /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Config.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Filter.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Interfaces.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Mangle.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Modules.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/NAT.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/PCXFireWall/Proc.pm /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Config/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Filter/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Interfaces/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Mangle/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Modules/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/NAT/autosplit.ix /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/auto/PCXFireWall/Proc/autosplit.ix /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15 /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/README /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/Template.pm /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Config.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Filter.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Interfaces.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Mangle.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Modules.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/NAT.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Proc.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/man/Rules.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/manpages.html /usr/share/doc/pcx_firewall-2.15/toolkit_howto.html /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::Filter.3pm.gz /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::Interfaces.3pm.gz /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::Mangle.3pm.gz /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::Modules.3pm.gz /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::NAT.3pm.gz /usr/share/man/man3/PCXFireWall::Proc.3pm.gz
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