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(If you're running apache server at port 80). UFW parses the rule in sequential manner, so when the rule matches i.e you allow anyone from anywhere to access your 80 port, as the match is found, you're packet is accepted. It follows the first-match policy. So now try again and configure it, if problem persist, write a comment below . !


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Test this: Open a terminal. Run it: sudo -i mv /etc/rc2.d/rc.firewall /etc/init.d/ chmod 755 /etc/init.d/rc.firewall update-rc.d rc.firewall defaults


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The "answer" to your question is: sudo ufw insert 1 allow from 192.168.0.0/24 This will put the rule first in your rule set. The order of rules is critical in ufw/iptables as a packet will match the first rule, subsequent rules are (for the purposes of this discussion) ignored. To see all your rules, in order, sudo ufw status numbered For additional ...


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I have seen similar messages in the log an did the following: to /etc/ufw/before.rules I added \# allow igmp codes from my local sub-net -A ufw-before-input -p igmp -m ttl --ttl-eq 1 -j ACCEPT and to /etc/ufw/before6.rules \# allow multicast group membership maintenance -A ufw6-before-output -p icmpv6 --icmpv6-type 130 -m hl --hl-eq 1 -j ACCEPT -A ...


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Here's what I've learned: A Linux bridge is a misnomer... In the brctl world, a bridge behaves more like the switch of the networking world. Bridges are smart, in the sense they figure out what MAC addresses are attached to it and only forward ethernet frames to the bridge member that has a matching MAC address for efficiency. This is the behavior you'd ...



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