Iptables Problem

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Make sure of:
  1. Make sure your control panel is not starting iptables
  2. Correctly configure your IPtables rules
  3. or just Remove IPtables if you think you dont need it.
 

AlbaHost

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Hi, maybe it happened to them and they can help me.

I have a server that the centos firewall 06, iptables is activated automatically.


I have to deactivate it:

service iptables save
service iptables stop
chkconfig iptables off

but a few minutes later it activates again

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Well iptables will not be activated by itself until a reboot or any crontab is active that activate them.
 

v.shipunov

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Hello, if you dont need it - just remove :

yum remove iptables
 
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