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    gerstrong NNTP User

    Default SuseFirewall2 bugs in OpenSuse 11.1?

    I have trying to configure the firewall under opensuse 11.1.

    Since I saw that when saving the configuration and loading it again, the services I have selected are all gone. Sorry, if I complain here, but I think this is a bug. I never got working right this software and I put the port manually. That always works.

    Before I used IP-Tables.

    What do you think. I saw that behaviour on three different machines. Is this normal?

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    Default Re: SuseFirewall2 bugs in OpenSuse 11.1?

    Not normal.
    Might you be doing it incorrectly?

    Look at this about bittorrent. Just as an Eg; It has manual additions to the firewall:
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    Default Re: SuseFirewall2 bugs in OpenSuse 11.1?

    Quote Originally Posted by gerstrong View Post
    I have trying to configure the firewall under opensuse 11.1.

    Since I saw that when saving the configuration and loading it again, the services I have selected are all gone. Sorry, if I complain here, but I think this is a bug. I never got working right this software and I put the port manually. That always works.

    Before I used IP-Tables.

    What do you think. I saw that behaviour on three different machines. Is this normal?
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    Default Re: SuseFirewall2 bugs in OpenSuse 11.1?

    Works for me™.

    I even use my own, (simple) self-written service files instead of ports.

    Code:
    grep Filetransfer /etc/sysconfig/SuSEfirewall2
    FW_CONFIGURATIONS_EXT="Bittorrent Filetransfer VM-SSH"
    and

    Code:
    cat /etc/sysconfig/SuSEfirewall2.d/services/Filetransfer
    
    ## Name: Filetransfer 
    ## Description: opens ports for file transfer via kpf (KDE 3.5), woof or Jabber
    
    # space separated list of allowed TCP ports
    TCP="8000:8010"
    
    # space separated list of allowed UDP ports
    UDP=""
    
    # space separated list of allowed RPC services
    RPC=""
    
    # space separated list of allowed IP protocols
    IP=""
    
    # space separated list of allowed UDP broadcast ports
    BROADCAST=""

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