Mon Apr 26 23:52:08 NZST 2004
At 22:33 26/04/2004, you wrote:
>* DrWho? <x_files_@i...> [2004-04-26 12:19]:
> > At 17:27 26/04/2004, you wrote:
>Who is "you"? Can you configure your mailer for proper
Not sure what you mean?
> > >Forward outgoing connections to port 80 through Squid (known
> > >as Transparent Proxying) and then get Squid to block access to
> > >the sites that you require.
> > Thanks, will that work for incoming connections as well? and
> > will it stealth the connection? idea is to silence the port
> > scanning kiddies.
>Well, you can put the proxy in place of the webserver, and proxy
>to a backend webserver that never communicates with anyone except
>via the proxy -- which is called reverse proxying --, and then
>you could filter incoming connections this way.
>But no, obviously neither of these will "stealth" the ports.
I was thinking of something like that, but the non-stealthing is a down side.
The idea is to save the DSL cap from being blown by un-needed offshore
It looks like some serious coding is in order for an iptables extension.
The shame of it all is I can do just what I wont in windows using the Kerio
firewall, but cannot find anything for Linux that will do it.
>"If you can't laugh at yourself, you don't take life seriously enough."
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