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Everytime my server reboots it seems I have to reset my iptables to default, I used to use firestarter but removed it a while ago. Is there any settings that are making iptables change when the server reboots?

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This is the default behavior.

You may want to take a look at the package iptables-persistent to automatically set iptables rules at startup from a configuration file.

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Thanks this was driving me crazy resetting the tables every time we had to reboot the server –  Anagio Dec 3 '11 at 9:39
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