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csf v5.34 IPtables Test Error

Discussion in 'Security' started by danswano, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. danswano

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    Testing iptables...

    Testing ip_tables/iptable_filter...OK
    Testing ipt_LOG...OK
    Testing ipt_multiport/xt_multiport...OK
    Testing ipt_REJECT...OK
    Testing ipt_state/xt_state...OK
    Testing ipt_limit/xt_limit...OK
    Testing ipt_recent...FAILED [Error: iptables: Unknown error 18446744073709551615] - Required for PORTFLOOD and PORTKNOCKING features
    Testing xt_connlimit...FAILED [Error: iptables: Unknown error 18446744073709551615] - Required for CONNLIMIT feature
    Testing ipt_owner/xt_owner...FAILED [Error: iptables: Unknown error 18446744073709551615] - Required for SMTP_BLOCK and UID/GID blocking features
    Testing iptable_nat/ipt_REDIRECT...OK

    RESULT: csf will function on this server but some features will not work due to some missing iptables modules [3]


    I have a dedicated server with a frech centos 64bit 5.6 installation, how do i install/enable those missing modules?
     
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    All results speaks about VPS and OpenVZ and it's has nothing to do with my server type.
     
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    You probably need to post a thread there. This is their product rather than ours. They have a free support forum as well.
     
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