[Shorewall-users] Shorewall GUI Interface - Redux
samer Y. Azmy
samer_symantec at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 6 08:50:02 PST 2005
I totally agree on your point of view, but please let me add the following
1) Shorewall does not have a builting utility to examine log files, Although
log files in a firewall is very important thing - I agree there are alot of
third parties, but if we include that, will be very good thing
2) Why do not we do something like Mandrake MNF - It may be not a very good
idea, but we brain storm - I do not know on which license it is distributed,
but about about the idea in general
>From: Richard Bennett <richard.bennett at skynet.be>
>Reply-To: Mailing List for Shorewall Users
><shorewall-users at lists.shorewall.net>
>To: Gary Buckmaster <inherently.evil at gmail.com>,Mailing List for Shorewall
>Users <shorewall-users at lists.shorewall.net>
>Subject: Re: [Shorewall-users] Shorewall GUI Interface - Redux
>Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 09:41:43 +0100
>On Saturday 05 March 2005 17:51, Gary Buckmaster wrote:
> > For everyone else, it would be really helpful to have a list of things
> > you'd like to see in the new Shorewall module.
>The strength of shorewall is the superb documentation.
>The configuration files are actually not even that hard to edit, and
>many usefull examples.
>What i found a bit harder was locating all the files (like the actions
>and that there are a lot of files that are not often needed, which confuse
>Webmin might help if it worked like a kind of wizard, where you select the
>type of setup you want, and it then walks you through editing the correct
>config files, while linking to, or showing, the appropriate
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