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Figure 10-1. Firewall settings in system-config-firewall
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CHAPTER 10 NETWORK SECURITY
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This screen may look familiar to you. You may recall from 1 that as part of the first login procedure you have the ability to configure the firewall with these options. You can of course rerun this tool at any time to make adjustments to you current configuration. This tool provides a coarse-grained level of control over the basic services that come with CentOS. It also allows you to configure custom services by adding extra TCP and UDP ports. Some services use a number of ports, so selecting a service will permit all the ports associated with that service. Table 10-1 lists all the built-in ports. Table 10-1. Default Services Known to system-config-securitylevel
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The important thing to note about using system config securitylevel is that you cannot limit access based on the IP address or network interface (such as eth0) of a connection. This limits the effectiveness of the firewall on a host connected directly to the Internet or another untrusted network. In the next section you will see how you can enhance this firewall to add the required host-based filtering. However, it is still worth using this tool to prepare the basic firewall, which will simplify the next step. Using system config firewall is straightforward. First, make sure that Firewall is set to Enabled and then select each of the services you are running and need to provide access to from the network. If you are running services that are not listed, you can add your own ports by selecting Add and entering the service name or port number in the Add Port window, as shown in Figure 10-2. You may enter a service name as listed in the /etc/services file. Select the appropriate protocol and click OK. The new service will be listed in the Other Ports section of the dialog. If you have entered a service name, you must check that the port number which has been added is the one you were expecting.
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Figure 10-2. Adding a custom port to system-config-firewall Once you have made your selection of trusted services, the configuration is saved to the file /etc/sysconfig/iptables. Along with your selected services, some default system services and protocols will be added. It is safe to ignore these extra entries for now. You may wish to examine them in more detail in the next section. When you select Apply, these rules are loaded into the kernel by running the command service iptables start. In most circumstances you will want the firewall to start automatically when the server boots. This is the default configuration, but you can ensure that it is correctly enabled by issuing the command chkconfig iptables on. Listing 10-1 shows an iptables configuration file with one rule added. The rule that will allow connections to the SSH service which runs on port 22 is shown in bold, confirming that it was selected in the GUI. The lines starting with # are comments, which are ignored when the rules are activated. Listing 10-1. An Example /etc/sysconfig/iptables File # Firewall configuration written by system config securitylevel # Manual customization of this file is not recommended. *filter :INPUT ACCEPT [0:0] :FORWARD ACCEPT [0:0] :OUTPUT ACCEPT [0:0] :RH Firewall 1 INPUT [0:0] A INPUT j RH Firewall 1 INPUT A FORWARD j RH Firewall 1 INPUT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT i lo j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p icmp icmp type any j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p 50 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p 51 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p udp dport 5353 d 224.0.0.251 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p udp m udp dport 631 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT p tcp m tcp dport 631 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT m state state ESTABLISHED,RELATED j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT m state state NEW m tcp p tcp dport 22 j ACCEPT A RH Firewall 1 INPUT j REJECT reject with icmp host prohibited COMMIT
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