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xt_connlimit & ipt_owner/xt_owner ERROR

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    CSF is not a cPanel supported product. You can find your answers for it on the ConfigServer forums. These should guide you in the right direction:

    Testing xt_connlimit...FAILED
    Testing ipt_owner/xt_owner...FAILED


    Short answer, you're on a VPS, CSF will still operate as expected although some things may not be availalbe to you. These should not stop you from using CSF what so ever.
     
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    I just tried to add modules into "/etc/sysconfig/iptables-config" as stated at KB Parallels: How do I enable firewall in a Container?

    But when i restarted service iptables, it failed to load modules and websites on server become unavailable. When restoring file to original state, it still fail when starting iptables. After restarting server, websites works again. UFFF

    Is there any guide for CentOs, cPanel hot to install this firewall properly?
     
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    Sure, I'll quote the entire installation section of the readme, for you.


    HTH!
     
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    Thanks, i red its better to have them all passed. Thats why i tried. So please should i let it be and turn on firewall?
     
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    Testing xt_connlimit...FAILED
    Testing ipt_owner/xt_owner...FAILED
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    You can check whether these modules are installed in the server using lsmod

    If its is openvz server. login to main node and install ipt_owner and xt_connlimit

    You can do it using

    modprobe ipt_owner
    modprobe xt_connlimit

    This will fix this issue.
     
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