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Old 11th May 2012, 10:28 AM
kcwong13 Offline
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iptables filtering within a single machine

Hi there,

Recently I'm trying to Linux Machine (fedora 14 64-bit) for share some services to different user group, I'm wondering whether the below scenario/filtering can be achieve?

[Management Network]
Interface: eth0
IP address:

[Network 1]
Interface: eth1.100
IP address:

[Network 2]
Interface: eth1.101
IP address:

If I'm using SSH to access the fedora with IP address, when I'm in this SSH session, if I'm try to ping IP address, I want the iptables drop the packet. Only when I'm SSH into the machine with IP address from subnet then can ping through to network. same in network, only when I'm SSH in with source IP network, then I can access to the network

Hope you kind can advise whether this is workable.


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