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How to save iptablse rules before restart ?

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  1. WebHostDog

    WebHostDog Well-Known Member

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    Hello how to save iptablse rules so after restarting a server to be 1:1 ?



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    PHP:
    service iptables save
     
  3. WebHostDog

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    I fogot to tell you I am using APF+BFD do I need to execute this service ... too ?
     
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    If you're using a script to generate your iptables rules then you need to make modifications to that script to make them permanent. Read the docs/rfxnetworks forum for advice on APF.
     
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