Shorewall and OpenVZ

Tom Eastep

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2014/06/13


Introduction

Open Virtuoso (OpenVZ) is an open source kernel-based virtualization solution from Parallels™ (formerly SWSoft™). Virtual servers take the form of containers (the OpenVZ documentation calls these Virtual Environments or VEs) which are created via templates. Templates are available for a wide variety of distributions and architectures.

OpenVZ requires a patched kernel. Beginning with Lenny, Debian™ supplies OpenVZ kernels through the standard stable repository.

Shorewall on an OpenVZ Host

As with any Shorewall installation involving other software, we suggest that you first install OpenVZ and get it working before attempting to add Shorewall. Alternatively, execute shorewall clear while installing and configuring OpenVZ.

Networking

The default OpenVZ networking configuration uses Proxy ARP. You assign containers IP addresses in the IP network from one of your interfaces and you are expected to set the proxy_arp flag on that interface (/proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/interface/proxy_arp).

OpenVZ creates a point-to-point virtual interface in the host with a rather odd configuration.

Example (Single VE with IP address 206.124.146.178):

gateway:~# ip addr ls dev venet0
10: venet0: <BROADCAST,POINTOPOINT,NOARP,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN 
    link/void 
gateway:~# ip route ls dev venet0
206.124.146.178  scope link 
gateway:~# 

The interface has no IP configuration yet it has a route to 206.124.146.178!

From within the VE with IP address 206.124.146.178, we have the following:

server:~ # ip addr ls
1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 16436 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN 
    link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00
    inet 127.0.0.1/8 brd 127.255.255.255 scope host lo
    inet 127.0.0.2/8 brd 127.255.255.255 scope host secondary lo
    inet6 ::1/128 scope host 
       valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever
2: venet0: <BROADCAST,POINTOPOINT,NOARP,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN 
    link/void 
    inet 127.0.0.1/32 scope host venet0
    inet 206.124.146.178/32 scope global venet0:0
server:~ # ip route ls
192.0.2.0/24 dev venet0  scope link 
127.0.0.0/8 dev lo  scope link 
default via 192.0.2.1 dev venet0 
server:~ # 

There are a couple of unique features of this configuration:

  • 127.0.0.1/32 is configured on venet0 although the main routing table routes loopback traffic through the lo interface as normal.

  • There is a route to 192.0.2.0/24 through venet0 even though the interface has no IP address in that network. Note: 192.0.2.0/24 is reserved for use in documentation and for testing.

  • The default route is via 192.0.2.1 yet there is no interface on the host with that IP address.

All of this doesn't really affect the Shorewall configuration but it is interesting none the less.

Shorewall Configuration

We recommend handling the strange OpenVZ configuration in Shorewall as follows:

/etc/shorewall/zones:

###############################################################################
#ZONE    TYPE       OPTIONS                IN                       OUT
#                                          OPTIONS                  OPTIONS
net      ipv4
vz       ipv4

/etc/shorewall/interfaces:

###############################################################################
#ZONE    INTERFACE          BROADCAST      OPTIONS
net      eth0               -              proxyarp=1
vz       venet0             -              routeback,arp_filter=0

Multi-ISP

If you run Shorewall Multi-ISP support on the host, you should arrange for traffic to your containers to use the main routing table. In the configuration shown here, this entry in /etc/shorewall/rtrules is appropriate:

#SOURCE            DEST              PROVIDER          PRIORITY
-                  206.124.146.178   main              1000

RFC 1918 Addresses in a Container

You can assign an RFC 1918 address to a VE and use masquerade/SNAT to provide Internet access to the container. This is just a normal simple Shorewall configuration as shown in the Two-interface Quick Start Guide. In this configuration the firewall's internal interface is venet0. Be sure to include the options shown above.

Shorewall in an OpenVZ Virtual Environment

If you have obtained an OpenVZ VE from a hosting service provider, you may find it difficult to configure any type of firewall within your VE. There are two VE parameters that control iptables behavior within the container:

--iptables name

Restrict access to iptables modules inside a container (The OpenVZ claims that by default all iptables modules that are loaded in the host system are accessible inside a container; I haven't tried that).

You can use the following values for name: iptable_filter, iptable_mangle, ipt_limit, ipt_multiport, ipt_tos, ipt_TOS, ipt_REJECT, ipt_TCPMSS, ipt_tcpmss, ipt_ttl, ipt_LOG, ipt_length, ip_conntrack, ip_conntrack_ftp, ip_conntrack_irc, ipt_conntrack, ipt_state, ipt_helper, iptable_nat, ip_nat_ftp, ip_nat_irc, ipt_REDIRECT, xt_mac, ipt_owner.

If your provider is using this option, you may be in deep trouble trying to use Shorewall in your container. Look at the output of shorewall show capabilities and weep. Then try to get your provider to remove this restriction on your container.

--numiptent num

This parameter limits the number of iptables rules that are allowed within the container. The default is 100 which is too small for a Shorewall configuration. We recommend setting this to at least 200.

if you see annoying error messages as shown below during start/restart, remove the module-init-tools package from the VE.

server:/etc/shorewall # shorewall restart
Compiling...
Compiling /etc/shorewall/zones...
Compiling /etc/shorewall/interfaces...
Determining Hosts in Zones...
Preprocessing Action Files...
   Pre-processing /usr/share/shorewall/action.Drop...
   Pre-processing /usr/share/shorewall/action.Reject...
Compiling /etc/shorewall/policy...
Adding Anti-smurf Rules
Adding rules for DHCP
Compiling TCP Flags filtering...
Compiling Kernel Route Filtering...
Compiling Martian Logging...
Compiling MAC Filtration -- Phase 1...
Compiling /etc/shorewall/rules...
Generating Transitive Closure of Used-action List...
Processing /usr/share/shorewall/action.Reject for chain Reject...
Processing /usr/share/shorewall/action.Drop for chain Drop...
Compiling MAC Filtration -- Phase 2...
Applying Policies...
Generating Rule Matrix...
Creating iptables-restore input...
Compiling iptables-restore input for chain mangle:...
Compiling /etc/shorewall/routestopped...
Shorewall configuration compiled to /var/lib/shorewall/.restart
Restarting Shorewall....
Initializing...
Processing /etc/shorewall/init ...
Processing /etc/shorewall/tcclear ...
Setting up Route Filtering...
Setting up Martian Logging...
Setting up Proxy ARP...
Setting up Traffic Control...
Preparing iptables-restore input...
Running /usr/sbin/iptables-restore...
FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.26-2-openvz-amd64/modules.dep: No such file or directory
FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.26-2-openvz-amd64/modules.dep: No such file or directory
FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.26-2-openvz-amd64/modules.dep: No such file or directory
FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.26-2-openvz-amd64/modules.dep: No such file or directory
IPv4 Forwarding Enabled
Processing /etc/shorewall/start ...
Processing /etc/shorewall/started ...
done.

Working Example

This section presents a working example. This is the configuration at shorewall.net during the summer of 2009.

The network diagram is shown below.

The two systems shown in the green box are OpenVZ Virtual Environments (containers).

OpenVZ Configuration

In the files below, items in bold font are relevant to the networking/Shorewall configuration.

/etc/vz/conf (long lines folded for clarity).

## Global parameters
VIRTUOZZO=yes
LOCKDIR=/var/lib/vz/lock
DUMPDIR=/var/lib/vz/dump
VE0CPUUNITS=1000

## Logging parameters
LOGGING=yes
LOGFILE=/var/log/vzctl.log
LOG_LEVEL=0
VERBOSE=0

## Disk quota parameters
DISK_QUOTA=no
VZFASTBOOT=no

# The name of the device whose ip address will be used as source ip for VE.
# By default automatically assigned.
VE_ROUTE_SRC_DEV="eth3"

# Controls which interfaces to send ARP requests and modify APR tables on.
NEIGHBOUR_DEVS=detect

## Template parameters
TEMPLATE=/var/lib/vz/template

## Defaults for VEs
VE_ROOT=/home/vz/root/$VEID
VE_PRIVATE=/home/vz/private/$VEID
CONFIGFILE="vps.basic"
#DEF_OSTEMPLATE="fedora-core-4"
DEF_OSTEMPLATE="debian"

## Load vzwdog module
VZWDOG="no"

## IPv4 iptables kernel modules
IPTABLES="iptable_filter iptable_mangle ipt_limit ipt_multiport ipt_tos
          ipt_TOS ipt_REJECT ipt_TCPMSS ipt_tcpmss ipt_ttl ipt_LOG ipt_length
          ip_conntrack ip_conntrack_ftp ip_conntrack_irc ipt_conntrack
          ipt_state ipt_helper iptable_nat  ip_nat_ftp  ip_nat_irc ipt_REDIRECT
          xt_mac ipt_owner"

## Enable IPv6
IPV6="no"

/etc/vz/conf/101.conf:

ONBOOT="yes"

# UBC parameters (in form of barrier:limit)
KMEMSIZE="574890800:589781600"
LOCKEDPAGES="256:256"
PRIVVMPAGES="1073741824:2137483648"
SHMPAGES="21504:21504"
NUMPROC="240:240"
PHYSPAGES="0:9223372036854775807"
VMGUARPAGES="262144:9223372036854775807"
OOMGUARPAGES="26112:9223372036854775807"
NUMTCPSOCK="360:360"
NUMFLOCK="188:206"
NUMPTY="16:16"
NUMSIGINFO="256:256"
TCPSNDBUF="1720320:2703360"
TCPRCVBUF="1720320:2703360"
OTHERSOCKBUF="1126080:2097152"
DGRAMRCVBUF="262144:262144"
NUMOTHERSOCK="360:360"
DCACHESIZE="3409920:3624960"
NUMFILE="9312:9312"
AVNUMPROC="180:180"
NUMIPTENT="200:200"

# Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
DISKSPACE="1048576:1153024"
DISKINODES="200000:220000"
QUOTATIME="0"

# CPU fair sheduler parameter
CPUUNITS="1000"

VE_ROOT="/home/vz/root/$VEID"
VE_PRIVATE="/home/vz/private/$VEID"
OSTEMPLATE="suse-11.1-x86_64"
ORIGIN_SAMPLE="vps.basic"
HOSTNAME="lists.shorewall.net"
IP_ADDRESS="206.124.146.177"
NAMESERVER="127.0.0.1"
NAME="lists"
SEARCHDOMAIN="shorewall.net"

This VE is the main server at shorewall.net. Note that some of the memory parameters are set ridiculously large -- I got tired of out-of-memory issues.

/etc/vz/conf/102.conf (nearly default configuration on Debian):

ONBOOT="yes"

# UBC parameters (in form of barrier:limit)
KMEMSIZE="14372700:14790164"
LOCKEDPAGES="256:256"
PRIVVMPAGES="65536:69632"
SHMPAGES="21504:21504"
NUMPROC="240:240"
PHYSPAGES="0:9223372036854775807"
VMGUARPAGES="33792:9223372036854775807"
OOMGUARPAGES="26112:9223372036854775807"
NUMTCPSOCK="360:360"
NUMFLOCK="188:206"
NUMPTY="16:16"
NUMSIGINFO="256:256"
TCPSNDBUF="1720320:2703360"
TCPRCVBUF="1720320:2703360"
OTHERSOCKBUF="1126080:2097152"
DGRAMRCVBUF="262144:262144"
NUMOTHERSOCK="360:360"
DCACHESIZE="3409920:3624960"
NUMFILE="9312:9312"
AVNUMPROC="180:180"
NUMIPTENT="200:200"

# Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
DISKSPACE="1048576:1153024"
DISKINODES="200000:220000"
QUOTATIME="0"

# CPU fair sheduler parameter
CPUUNITS="1000"

VE_ROOT="/home/vz/root/$VEID"
VE_PRIVATE="/home/vz/private/$VEID"
OSTEMPLATE="debian-5.0-amd64-minimal"
ORIGIN_SAMPLE="vps.basic"
HOSTNAME="server.shorewall.net"
IP_ADDRESS="206.124.146.178"
NAMESERVER="206.124.146.177"
NAME="server"

I really don't use this server for anything currently but I'm planning to eventually splt the services between the two VEs.

Shorewall Configuration on the Host

Below are excerpts from the configuration files as they pertain to the OpenVZ environment.

/etc/shorewall/zones:

#ZONE           TYPE            OPTIONS         IN                      OUT
#                                               OPTIONS                 OPTIONS
fw              firewall
net             ipv4            #Internet
loc             ipv4            #Local wired Zone
dmz             ipv4            #DMZ
...

/etc/shorewall/params:

NET_IF=eth3
INT_IF=eth1
VPS_IF=venet0
...

/etc/shorewall/interfaces:

#ZONE   INTERFACE       BROADCAST               OPTIONS
net     $NET_IF         detect                  dhcp,blacklist,tcpflags,optional,routefilter=0,nosmurfs,logmartions=0,proxyarp=1
loc     $INT_IF         detect                  dhcp,logmartians=1,routefilter=1,nets=(172.20.1.0/24),tcpflags
dmz     $VPS_IF         detect                  logmartians=0,routefilter=0,nets=(206.124.146.177,206.124.146.178),routeback
...

This is a multi-ISP configuration so entries are required in /etc/shorewall/rtrules:

#SOURCE   DEST                 PROVIDER  PRIORITY
-         172.20.0.0/24        main      1000
-         206.124.146.177      main      1001
-         206.124.146.178      main      1001

Shorewall Configuration on Server

Warning

If you are running Debian Squeeze, Shorewall will not work in an OpenVZ container. This is a Debian OpenVZ issue and not a Shorewall issue.

I have set up Shorewall on Server (206.124.146.178) just to have an environment to test with. It is a quite vanilla one-interface configuration.

/etc/shorewall/zones:

#ZONE       TYPE         OPTIONS           IN                OUT
#                                          OPTIONS           OPTIONS
fw          firewall
net         ipv4

/etc/shorewall/interfaces:

#ZONE   INTERFACE       BROADCAST       OPTIONS
net     venet0          detect          dhcp,tcpflags,logmartians,nosmurfs

Working Example Using a Bridge

This is the configuration at shorewall.net during the spring of 2010. Rather than using the venet0 configuration shown above, this configuration uses a bridge in preparation for adding IPv6 support in the DMZ. The eth0 interface in each of the containers is statically configured using the distributions' configuration tools (/etc/network/interfaces on Debian and Yast on OpenSuSE).

The network diagram is shown below.

The two systems shown in the green box are OpenVZ Virtual Environments (containers).

Bridge Configuration

The following stanza in /etc/network/interfaces on the host configures the bridge.

auto vzbr0
iface vzbr0 inet static
      pre-up /usr/sbin/brctl addbr vzbr0
      address 206.124.146.176
      network 206.124.146.176
      broadcast 206.124.146.176
      netmask 255.255.255.255
      post-down /usr/sbin/brctl delbr br0

OpenVZ Configuration

In the files below, items in bold font show the changes from the preceeding example.

/etc/vz/conf (long lines folded for clarity).

## Global parameters
VIRTUOZZO=yes
LOCKDIR=/var/lib/vz/lock
DUMPDIR=/var/lib/vz/dump
VE0CPUUNITS=1000

## Logging parameters
LOGGING=yes
LOGFILE=/var/log/vzctl.log
LOG_LEVEL=0
VERBOSE=0

## Disk quota parameters
DISK_QUOTA=no
VZFASTBOOT=no

# The name of the device whose ip address will be used as source ip for VE.
# By default automatically assigned.
VE_ROUTE_SRC_DEV="eth3"

# Controls which interfaces to send ARP requests and modify APR tables on.
NEIGHBOUR_DEVS=detect

## Template parameters
TEMPLATE=/var/lib/vz/template

## Defaults for VEs
VE_ROOT=/home/vz/root/$VEID
VE_PRIVATE=/home/vz/private/$VEID
CONFIGFILE="vps.basic"
#DEF_OSTEMPLATE="fedora-core-4"
DEF_OSTEMPLATE="debian"

## Load vzwdog module
VZWDOG="no"

## IPv4 iptables kernel modules
IPTABLES="iptable_filter iptable_mangle ipt_limit ipt_multiport ipt_tos
          ipt_TOS ipt_REJECT ipt_TCPMSS ipt_tcpmss ipt_ttl ipt_LOG ipt_length
          ip_conntrack ip_conntrack_ftp ip_conntrack_irc ipt_conntrack
          ipt_state ipt_helper iptable_nat  ip_nat_ftp  ip_nat_irc ipt_REDIRECT
          xt_mac ipt_owner"

## Enable IPv6
IPV6="no"

/etc/vz/conf/101.conf:

ONBOOT="yes"

# UBC parameters (in form of barrier:limit)
KMEMSIZE="574890800:589781600"
LOCKEDPAGES="256:256"
PRIVVMPAGES="1073741824:2137483648"
SHMPAGES="21504:21504"
NUMPROC="240:240"
PHYSPAGES="0:9223372036854775807"
VMGUARPAGES="262144:9223372036854775807"
OOMGUARPAGES="26112:9223372036854775807"
NUMTCPSOCK="360:360"
NUMFLOCK="188:206"
NUMPTY="16:16"
NUMSIGINFO="256:256"
TCPSNDBUF="1720320:2703360"
TCPRCVBUF="1720320:2703360"
OTHERSOCKBUF="1126080:2097152"
DGRAMRCVBUF="262144:262144"
NUMOTHERSOCK="360:360"
DCACHESIZE="3409920:3624960"
NUMFILE="9312:9312"
AVNUMPROC="180:180"
NUMIPTENT="200:200"

# Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
DISKSPACE="1048576:1153024"
DISKINODES="200000:220000"
QUOTATIME="0"

# CPU fair sheduler parameter
CPUUNITS="1000"

VE_ROOT="/home/vz/root/$VEID"
VE_PRIVATE="/home/vz/private/$VEID"
OSTEMPLATE="suse-11.1-x86_64"
ORIGIN_SAMPLE="vps.basic"
HOSTNAME="lists.shorewall.net"
NAMESERVER="127.0.0.1"
NAME="lists"
SEARCHDOMAIN="shorewall.net"

NETIF="ifname=eth0,mac=00:18:51:22:24:81,host_ifname=veth101.0,host_mac=00:18:51:B6:1A:F1"

This VE is the mail server at shorewall.net (MX and IMAP). Note that some of the memory parameters are set ridiculously large -- I got tired of out-of-memory issues.

/etc/vz/conf/102.conf (nearly default configuration on Debian):

ONBOOT="yes"

# UBC parameters (in form of barrier:limit)
KMEMSIZE="14372700:14790164"
LOCKEDPAGES="256:256"
PRIVVMPAGES="65536:69632"
SHMPAGES="21504:21504"
NUMPROC="240:240"
PHYSPAGES="0:9223372036854775807"
VMGUARPAGES="33792:9223372036854775807"
OOMGUARPAGES="26112:9223372036854775807"
NUMTCPSOCK="360:360"
NUMFLOCK="188:206"
NUMPTY="16:16"
NUMSIGINFO="256:256"
TCPSNDBUF="1720320:2703360"
TCPRCVBUF="1720320:2703360"
OTHERSOCKBUF="1126080:2097152"
DGRAMRCVBUF="262144:262144"
NUMOTHERSOCK="360:360"
DCACHESIZE="3409920:3624960"
NUMFILE="9312:9312"
AVNUMPROC="180:180"
NUMIPTENT="200:200"

# Disk quota parameters (in form of softlimit:hardlimit)
DISKSPACE="1048576:1153024"
DISKINODES="200000:220000"
QUOTATIME="0"

# CPU fair sheduler parameter
CPUUNITS="1000"

VE_ROOT="/home/vz/root/$VEID"
VE_PRIVATE="/home/vz/private/$VEID"
OSTEMPLATE="debian-5.0-amd64-minimal"
ORIGIN_SAMPLE="vps.basic"
HOSTNAME="server.shorewall.net"
NAMESERVER="206.124.146.177"
NAME="server"

NETIF="ifname=eth0,mac=00:18:51:22:24:80,host_ifname=veth102.0,host_mac=00:18:51:B6:1A:F0"

This server runs the rest of the services for shorewall.net (web server, ftp server, rsyncd, etc.).

With a bridged configuration, the VIF for a VE must be added to the bridge when the VE starts. That is accomplished using mount files.

/etc/vz/conf/101.mount:

#!/bin/bash
# This script source VPS configuration files in the same order as vzctl does

# if one of these files does not exist then something is really broken
[ -f /etc/vz/vz.conf ] || exit 1
[ -f $VE_CONFFILE ] || exit 1

# source both files. Note the order, it is important
. /etc/vz/vz.conf
. $VE_CONFFILE

# Add the VIF to the bridge after VE has started
{
  BRIDGE=vzbr0
  DEV=veth101.0
  while sleep 1; do
    /sbin/ifconfig $DEV 0 >/dev/null 2>&1
    if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
      /usr/sbin/brctl addif $BRIDGE $DEV
      break
    fi
  done
} &

/etc/vz/conf/102.mount:

#!/bin/bash
# This script source VPS configuration files in the same order as vzctl does

# if one of these files does not exist then something is really broken
[ -f /etc/vz/vz.conf ] || exit 1
[ -f $VE_CONFFILE ] || exit 1

# source both files. Note the order, it is important
. /etc/vz/vz.conf
. $VE_CONFFILE

# Add VIF to bridge after VE has started
{
  BRIDGE=vzbr0
  DEV=veth102.0
  while sleep 1; do
    /sbin/ifconfig $DEV 0 >/dev/null 2>&1
    if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
      /usr/sbin/brctl addif $BRIDGE $DEV
      break
    fi
  done
} &

Shorewall Configuration on the Host

Below are excerpts from the configuration files as they pertain to the OpenVZ environment. Again, bold font indicates change from the prior configuration.

/etc/shorewall/zones:

#ZONE           TYPE            OPTIONS         IN                      OUT
#                                               OPTIONS                 OPTIONS
fw              firewall
net             ipv4            #Internet
loc             ipv4            #Local wired Zone
dmz             ipv4            #DMZ
...

/etc/shorewall/params:

NET_IF=eth3
INT_IF=eth1
VPS_IF=vzbr0
...

/etc/shorewall/interfaces:

#ZONE   INTERFACE       BROADCAST               OPTIONS
net     $NET_IF         detect                  dhcp,blacklist,tcpflags,optional,routefilter=0,nosmurfs,logmartions=0
loc     $INT_IF         detect                  dhcp,logmartians=1,routefilter=1,nets=(172.20.1.0/24),tcpflags
dmz     $VPS_IF         detect                  logmartians=0,routefilter=0,nets=(206.124.146.177,206.124.146.178),routeback
...

/etc/shorewall/proxyarp:

#ADDRESS        INTERFACE     EXTERNAL   HAVEROUTE   PERSISTENT
206.124.146.177 DMZ_IF        eth2       no          yes
206.124.146.178 DMZ_IF        eth2       no          yes

This is a multi-ISP configuration so entries are required in /etc/shorewall/rtrules:

#SOURCE   DEST                 PROVIDER  PRIORITY
-         172.20.0.0/24        main      1000
-         206.124.146.177      main      1001
-         206.124.146.178      main      1001

Shorewall Configuration on Server

I have set up Shorewall on VE 101 (206.124.146.178) just to have an environment to test with. It is a quite vanilla one-interface configuration.

/etc/shorewall/zones:

#ZONE       TYPE         OPTIONS           IN                OUT
#                                          OPTIONS           OPTIONS
fw          firewall
net         ipv4

/etc/shorewall/interfaces:

#ZONE   INTERFACE       BROADCAST       OPTIONS
net     eth0           detect          dhcp,tcpflags,logmartians,nosmurfs

Documentation


Frequently Used Articles

- FAQs - IPv4 Manpages - IPv6 Manpages - Configuration File Basics - Beginner Documentation - Troubleshooting

Shorewall 4.0/4.2 Documentation


Current HOWTOs and Other Articles

- 6to4 and 6in4 Tunnels - Accounting - Actions - Aliased (virtual) Interfaces (e.g., eth0:0) - Anatomy of Shorewall - Anti-Spoofing Measures - AUDIT Target support - Bandwidth Control - Blacklisting/Whitelisting - Bridge/Firewall - Building Shorewall from GIT - Commands - Compiled Programs - Configuration File Basics - DHCP - DNAT - Dynamic Zones - ECN Disabling by host or subnet - Events - Extension Scripts - Fallback/Uninstall - FAQs - Features - Fool's Firewall - Forwarding Traffic on the Same Interface - FTP and Shorewall - Helpers/Helper Modules - Installation/Upgrade - IPP2P - IPSEC - Ipsets - IPv6 Support - ISO 3661 Country Codes - Kazaa Filtering - Kernel Configuration - KVM (Kernel-mode Virtual Machine) - Limiting Connection Rates - Linux Containers (LXC) - Linux-vserver - Logging - Macros - MAC Verification - Manpages (IPv4) (IPv6) - Manual Chains - Masquerading - Multiple Internet Connections from a Single Firewall - Multiple Zones Through One Interface - My Shorewall Configuration - Netfilter Overview - Network Mapping - No firewalling of traffic between bridge port - One-to-one NAT - Operating Shorewall - OpenVPN - OpenVZ - Packet Marking - Packet Processing in a Shorewall-based Firewall - 'Ping' Management - Port Forwarding - Port Information - Port Knocking (deprecated) - Port Knocking, Auto Blacklisting and Other Uses of the 'Recent Match' - PPTP - Proxy ARP - QuickStart Guides - Release Model - Requirements - Routing and Shorewall - Routing on One Interface - Samba - Shorewall Events - Shorewall Init - Shorewall Lite - Shorewall on a Laptop - Shorewall Perl - Shorewall Setup Guide - SMB - SNAT - Split DNS the Easy Way - Squid with Shorewall - Starting/stopping the Firewall - Static (one-to-one) NAT - Support - Tips and Hints - Traffic Shaping/QOS - Simple - Traffic Shaping/QOS - Complex - Transparent Proxy - UPnP - Upgrade Issues - Upgrading to Shorewall 4.4 (Upgrading Debian Lenny to Squeeze) - VPN - VPN Passthrough - White List Creation - Xen - Shorewall in a Bridged Xen DomU - Xen - Shorewall in Routed Xen Dom0

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