Melvin Backus escreveu:
>> Besides, those of us who use it at home and know what's going on on our
>> networks (either with or without the other user's knowledge) would
>> find it incredibly annoying if this were the default. I use non-standard
>> ports all the time for various things (including my own servers), and I
>> don't want to have to allow each one, or hack my 'tables rules to be
>> able to
>> do so.
> How about something during the install which asks you for the desired
> state. Given that you've obviously seen the need for a firewall if
> you're installing it, I'd say 2 or maybe 3 levels is more than adequate.
Coincidentaly, I just have a talk over a Brazilian Linux site wich made
a small evaluation of ipcop and this and the fact that ssh alows
(actualy it's the only way it works now) was the week points detected.
I believe that an install option as stated above can be a very
interesting compromise solution.