[isf-wifidog] Issues regarding OpenWRTs firewalling
mlenczner at gmail.com
Mer 19 Oct 07:41:39 EDT 2005
"IPP2P: User requested. The zoneCD can block file sharing protocols
per class. IPP2P will block Internet access for eDonkey, eMule,
Kademlia, KaZaA, FastTrack, Gnutella, Direct Connect, BitTorrent,
AppleJuice, WinMX, SoulSeek, Ares, and AresLite. See
On 10/19/05, Michael Lenczner <mlenczner at gmail.com> wrote:
> publicip did something regarding p2p. can't find the link
> On 10/19/05, Max Horváth <max.horvath at maxspot.de> wrote:
> > Me again today ;) ...
> > This I'd like to talk abou firewalling OpenWRT.
> > First we got a bug in the bugtracker:
> > http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1210428&group_id=102646&atid=632424
> > I think this bug could be closed as long as we would include a note in the
> > gateway's README about how to change the default S45firewall script. Or we
> > should provide our own version of the S45firewall script in the gateway
> > package.
> > The next thing I'd like to talk about is advanced firewalling in OpenWRT.
> > Has anybody running Shorewall besides WiFiDog on OpenWRT? I didn't try yet
> > - but I think it won't work just out of the box. What I'd like to do ist to
> > block some traffic like Bittorrent or eDonkey. I think I could solve this
> > problem by adding some stuff to the firewall section of wifidog.conf - has
> > anybody done this?
> > So long, Max!
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