From: Fred Frigerio <ffrigerio@lo...> - 2007-07-25 20:49:31
OK, I think I know what the problem is but I am not sure how to fix it.
The iptables module ipp2p is there but it looks like the shared library
that needs to go in the /var/lib/iptables is missing. I was able to
modprobe for the ipt_ipp2p.o module ok but when I try iptables -m ipp2p
--help I get an error about a missing library.
Looking at the ipp2p homepage, it seems that needs to be copied to the
/var/lib/iptables directory after compiling.
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Subject: [Devil-Linux-discuss] P2p traffic filtering
I am trying to filter p2p traffic at the firewall. Does DL contain any
iptables module that does that? If not has anyone done it? Would you
share your solution?
I appreciate your help.
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Fred Frigerio wrote:
> I am trying to filter p2p traffic at the firewall. Does DL contain any
> iptables module that does that? If not has anyone done it? Would you
> share your solution?
DL contains l7-filter