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VUURMUUR

VUURMUUR

Section: User Commands (8) Updated: October 2006
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NAME

Vuurmuur - rule creating daemon/commandline tool of the Vuurmuur IPTables frontend.  

SYNOPSIS

vuurmuur [-cvhdbkDnLCFt] [-c config-file] [-d debug-level] [-L loglevel]  

OPTIONS

-b, --bash
gives a bashscript output
-d, --debug
enables debugging (1 low, 3 high)
-c, --configfile
use the given configfile
-h, --help
gives this help
-V, --version
gives the version
-D, --daemon
vuurmuur starts and goes into daemon\-mode.
-L, --loglevel
specify the loglevel for use with syslog.
-v, --verbose
verbose mode.
-n, --foreground
for use with \-D, it goes into the loop without daemonizing.
-C, --clear-vuurmuur
clear vuurmuur iptables rules and set policy to ACCEPT. PRE-VRMR-CHAINS still presents. Use with care!
-F, --clear-all
clear all iptables rules and set policy to ACCEPT. PRE-VRMR-CHAINS (and others) cleared. Use with care!
-k, --keep
keep the iptables ruleset file iptables-restore(8) loads into the system. Useful for debugging. The file can be found in /tmp/
-t, --no-check
don't check for iptables capabilities, asume all are supported.
 

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2002-2006 by Victor Julien <victor@vuurmuur.org>  

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for Vuurmuur_conf is maintained as a wiki at http://wiki.vuurmuur.org/

vuurmuur_log(8), vuurmuur_script(8), vuurmuur_conf(8)


 

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SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
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SEE ALSO

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