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Source: Oskar Andreasson - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Features The aim of the iptables-tutorial is to explain iptables in a complete and simple way. The iptables-tutorial is currently rather stable, and contains information on all the currently available matches and targets (in kernel), as well as a couple of complete example scripts and explanations. It contains a complete section on iptables syntax, as well as other interesting commands such as iptables-save and iptables-restore. The tutorial has recently been under heavy scrutiny and updating, as can be seen in this, the latest version of the tutorial. It is now also available in bookform from Lulu.com. If you feel like contributing or donating to the author of this tutorial, please do buy the book! Thank you!

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IptablesWritten by Jaiswal on 2006-12-25 06:01:08
explain iptables i
dr.Written by Janez on 2007-06-12 06:28:33
I need great iptable tutorial.
Written by dinesh on 2007-10-26 20:46:22
iptables
auto coolWritten by auto on 2007-11-01 13:27:43
please tell me about iptable definitions first.  
sorry, i'm begginer.... 
where i can get tutorial about "step by step" iptables? 
thx 

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