On Wed, Nov 13, 2002 at 04:15:43PM +0000, gayathri krishnan wrote:
As far as i gather from your post, i understand that the firewall-ing part
comes along with the chat appln. If its an application firewall that you are
talking about, then why not build it in the application itself. It can be done
with a set of firewalling rules in the application . Why do you want to modify
the operating system firewall rules for the sake of an application ?
what i mean is- iam doing a project similar to an online chat application in
which firewall also will be a module.This caht application ofcourse ,i will
be doing it in JAVA.
phani@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:On Tue, Nov 12, 2002 at 02:02:35PM +0000, gayathri
First things first, plz specify a proper subject line. It helps ppl to reply
iam the new user.i am doing my mini project which shud implement the
firewall in Linux.Can anyone help me in this regard.it shud be implemented
in any application.This is the first project iam doing.so pls help me.
There was a long post by venu regarding this. I just want to add a few
things. I am assuming that you are gonna code in C. If so, man iptables would
help you. There exist APIs that will allow the user to set rules for
iptables. If i am not wrong, you can do the same using setsockopt(). Check
out the man pages for the same.
Can you throw some light on what do u mean by it shld be implemented in any
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