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Old 18th December 2004, 09:35 AM
norrtull Offline
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Question SELINUX status

Is anyone updated on the SELINUX and ipsec_tools. Last time I played around with this
I understood that it was not possible to specify SecurityPolicies's down to port level. Only IP dest and source were supported. Now, I dont remember if this was a limitation in SELINUX or in setkey. Anybody up to date on this?
Today (FE3) when I write a SP to the database specifying port numbers the
port numbers are set to 0, when I view the contents of the database (SPD).

Also, I cant find any good user-documentation on this, execpt for man-pages. Anybody found something?
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Old 18th December 2004, 06:49 PM
james_in_denver Offline
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I know the SELinux in Fedora Core 3 has port level security now,

Here are some documentation links for you,


Only dead fish go with the flow....

Hmmm, what did I miss?
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