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|>|IP filtering with Linux - Netfilter  
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> Description IP filtering under Linux with Netfilter.  
> Context & Dates Talk made at Linux-Expo 2000 on 1st February 2000, during the Linux and security tutorial.
 
> Author Christophe Premel  
> Type 27 slides [ French - HTML ]  
> Abstract &
Table of content
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1. Introduction

2. Mise en place de Netfilter
2.1 Compilation du noyau
2.2 Compilation/Installation de Netfilter

3. Au démarrage
3.1 Chargement des modules
3.2 Lancement à chaque démarrage

4. Possibilités de Netfilter

5. Qu'est-ce que le "StateFul" ?

6. Différences entre ACCEPT, DROP et REJECT
6.1 Fonction ACCEPT
6.2 Fonction DROP
6.3 Fonction REJECT

7. Différences entre IPchains et Netfilter

8. Comment un paquet traverse les filtres ?
8.1 Chaîne INPUT
8.2 Chaîne OUTPUT
8.3 Chaîne FORWARD

9. Les chaînes
9.1 Qu'est-ce qu'une chaîne ?
9.2 Comment créer une chaîne ?
9.3 Filtrage : les flux
9.4 Filtrage : les règles

10. Etat d'avancement
10.1 Limitations de Netfilter
10.2 Problèmes dans Netfilter

11. Références  

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