a technological barrier designed to prevent unauthorized or unwanted communications between computer networks or hosts

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How to enable ufw firewall to allow icmp response?

I have a series of Ubuntu 10.04 servers and each one has ufw firewall enabled. I have allowed port 22 (for SSH) and 80 (if it's a webserver). My question is that I am trying to enable icmp echo ...
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Cannot ssh/ping an Ubuntu machine over WiFi

I have an Ubuntu 10.04 running on a laptop, connected to a local network via WiFi. This machine does not respond to pings/ssh connect requests, as if it was firewalled. However, if I ssh from this ...
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Ubuntu Linux UFW Firewall, Local Intranet Access

At home, I have Ubuntu server with the UFW firewall. What command do I type to turn on local intranet access to my web server, but keep the outside world out from my DSL modem?
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Ufw causing trouble with DHCP or WPA? [closed]

It appears that enabling UFW is causing my network connection to drop periodically on a WPA-Enterprise network, according to the network-manager GUI app (and the lack of a server response to web ...
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Trouble with UFW blocking stuff from NAT machine to inside of NAT

I've got a NAT box (Ubu 10.04) running ufw with the following sudo ufw status verbose: Status: active Logging: on (low) Default: deny (incoming), allow (outgoing) New profiles: skip To ...
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How to set up an Ubuntu 10.04 machine to accept ssh requests only from within the local network?

I am about to install 10.04 (from bare metal to replace 9.04) and I want to set it up so that I can shh into the machine, but only from other machines on my local network. (I.e., I want to reject all ...
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How do I know if my firewall is on?

I installed Firestarter, and configured my firewall. But I'm in doubt : On boot, I sometimes see a [FAIL] marker, and to the left, I guess it was something like "start firewall". I can't be sure ...