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In Ubuntu 15.10 and Debian Jessie there is a file /etc/rsyslog.d/20-ufw.conf. It contains at the bottom # & ~. Remove the # in front of it to uncomment it and refresh rsyslog with the command /etc/init.d/rsyslog restart so that it takes in account the configuration change.


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To answer your question, yes. What that log message is telling me is that packets from source 31.13.93.7:443 (or https://facebook.com) are being blocked, likely in your FORWARD chain if the connection is originating from your LAN and not your Ubuntu gateway. If the connection is originating from your Ubuntu gateway, the block will likely be in your INPUT ...


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There is a bug pertaining this message Bug Report! Quote: You have 2 apaches profiles in your /etc/ufw/applications.d : apache2.2-common and apache2-utils.ufw.profile. Remove one of them Try it and let me know.


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-A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/8 -o venet0 -j MASQUERADE and iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 -o venet0 -j SNAT --to-source X.Y.Z where X.Y.Z is the actual IP address assigned to your VPS. (If that doesn't work, try venet0:0 )


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If my computer is any server then I have to open some specific port(ex. web:80 ssh:22 telnet:23 ftp:21) to listening and anyone who get my link their computer will send me a request to connect and this is incoming meaning. At the same time, if I am surfing web page my computer will send a request to connect server what ever it is and server will reply me ...


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Installed fail2ban today and found already an existing ufw.conf file in /etc/fail2ban/action.d/ The action code looks slightly different, more general: [Definition] actionstart = actionstop = actioncheck = actionban = [ -n "<application>" ] && app="app <application>" ; ufw insert <insertpos> <blocktype> from <ip> to ...


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Both ufw, gufw, and a number of alternate "frontends" all create configuration for iptables. They aren't firewalls, they are config editors for the firewall. They work only "work" when you open them and edit the options. After you "save" the config IPTables just applies the changes and starts working using the new config, but it really doesn't matter what ...



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