This is about how to make sense of the chains found in the iptables default configuration on a typical home router running OpenWrt (a stripped down Linux for router devices), but which ultimately may ...
In short: I'd like to be able to telnet to my modem from my PC via my router. There is a simple home router on 192.168.33.1. It is running OpenWrt. It has the following interfaces defined: br-lan ...
I have an Openwrt 10.03.1 installed from: openwrt-ar71xx-wrt160nl-squashfs-factory.bin (firewall only customized with this: sed 's/REJECT/DROP/g' /etc/config/firewall) - so besides this, IT'S A ...
Would the following iptables command on an OpenWRT router assure that no one client has more than 50 active connections? $ iptables -I FORWARD -m connlimit --connlimit-above 50 -j REJECT ...