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answered Unable to access external content with this IPTABLES ruleset
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revised Unable to access external content with this IPTABLES ruleset
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comment Unable to access external content with this IPTABLES ruleset
@Creek, the other INPUT rules were additional subnets that would have access. I tried to simplify my question by removing them. The other IPs would be 4.3.3.0/24 and 4.3.4.0/24. That was all that was left out of the ruleset example.
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asked Unable to access external content with this IPTABLES ruleset
May
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accepted Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
Yes. Thank you.
May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
OUTPUT packets are constantly increasing. This may be due to a few ajax checks running in the background.
May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
I didn't add the RELATED,ESTABLISHED rule till a moment ago. LDAP authentication appears to be working properly now. Getting external data still failing however. Checking packets next.
May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
Joel if you are still following could you help with the LDAP issue? Confirmed traffic is happening over 636 which I made exception for in my rules.
May
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revised Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
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May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
Confirmed that the remote LDAP server operates over port 636.
May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
I added watch -n1 to the netstat command, tried to log in to the app.. and am not seeing any entry for the LDAP server IP (or anything related to LDAP).
May
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revised Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
corrected ambiguous title from previous edit.
May
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comment Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
Is there a way to log data using the netstat -tlpn command? I ask because the LDAP query takes a microsecond, and if I am off by a little I won't see an LDAP entry in the list of results.
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asked Problem setting up iptables (LDAP traffic blocked)
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