FreeKB - Getting Started with the firewall-cmd command
Getting Started with the firewall-cmd command

Use apt-get or yum to install firewalld.

~]# apt-get install firewalld
~]# yum install firewalld

 

Start and enable firewalld, and ensure firewalld is active and running.

~]# systemctl enable firewalld
~]# systemctl start firewalld
~]# systemctl status firewalld

 

Now you can start configuring firewalld.

 

 



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