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An application that allows a user to configure the tables provided by the Linux firewall. iptables is succeeded by nftables as of 2014.

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While setting up the IPtables rules for a new server, I set up Postfix and send an email to try it out. To my surprise the email arrived without me declaring a rule for the port in IPtables … this rule to allow all connection on localhost -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -d 127.0.0.0/8 -j REJECT Probably I am making things wrongs, can you give me a clue? This is what my IPtables rules …
asked Nov 3 '14 by nihilistichedonistic