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README.md

OOPS-Firewall

Introduction

oops-firewall is a very intuitive and easy Linux firewall.

By default, you can replace iptables init file or firewalld on RHEL / CentOS.

Although it targets RHEL / CentOS_, it can be used with any distribution that can use iptables.

See the README.debian documentation for use on Debian or Ubuntu distributions.

The oops-firewall project was first developed in 2001 and has been under maintenance for over 15 years. In addition, it has been used as a firewall, NAT, and bridge server in enterprise-class sites such as Neowiz and Ticket monster in Republic of Korea, and it is also recommended to be used by trusted institutions such as Republic of Korea's KISA (Korea Internet & Security Agency).

License

Copyright © 2019 JoungKyun.Kim All Rights Reserved.
And follows GPL v2

Installation

RHEL / CentOS

[root@host ~]# rpmbuild -tb oops-filrewal-7.0.4.tar.bz2
[root@host ~]# yum localinstall /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/noarch/oops-firewall-7.0.4-1.noarch.rpm

Debian / Ubuntu

See also README.debian

Other distributions

[root@host ~]# tar xvfpj oops-firewall-7.0.4.tar.bz2
[root@host ~]# cd oops-firewall-7.0.4
[root@host ~]# ./configure --prefix=/opt/oops-firewall
[root@host ~]# make
[root@host ~]# make install

See the INSTALL documentation for details.

Usage

Please refer to the following documents. Sorry, but Korean.

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