Before getting started
You can run a basic port scan (with nmap) to see wich ports are already open,
-v for verbose mode and
-sT to run a TCP connect() Scan.
$ sudo apt-get install nmap $ nmap -v -sT localhost
Iptables and ufw are both available by default in Ubuntu.
First, we check the status, and change default incoming policy to deny (all outgoing traffic is allowed).
$ sudo ufw status $ sudo ufw default deny $ sudo ufw logging on
Next, we add some rules:
$ sudo ufw allow ssh/tcp $ sudo ufw allow http/tcp
or the same:
$ sudo ufw allow 22/tcp $ sudo ufw allow 80/tcp
Finally, we can enable the firewall.
$ sudo ufw enable
That’s it ! Now you don't have to worry about ports/services on your server anymore.
You can disable the firewall if needed.
$ sudo ufw disable
We can see the iptables rules that ufw have generated.
$ sudo iptables -L
And you ?
Any tips on how to setting up iptables with ufw on Ubuntu Server ?
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