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Re: [vox-tech] ipchains/firewall question
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Re: [vox-tech] ipchains/firewall question

On Wed, Oct 18, 2000 at 05:42:31PM -0700, Ted Deppner wrote:
> With all due respect...
> I cannot fathom why you are discussing blocking or 19*.*.*.*.
> This indicates a basic lack of understanding about IP routing, netmasks,
> and (drum roll) an appropriate network design.
> Either you are being silly (which makes for a short career in the
> firewalls field), or you really shouldn't be building firewall rulesets.
> As Micah mentioned the internal network space is and
> should be blocked from reaching the world, or the world reaching in to
> you.  Other spaces are and
> Also, rather than removing access from 19*.*.*.*, you should probably
> focus on what you will allow, with a default of deny.

Hardly necessary commentary, Ted.  I'm imagining right now that
you haven't really been following this thread - he's not setting up
a router or a "real" firewall - he just doesn't want network traffic
from the rest of the school interfering with his Beowulf cluster.


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