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Server hacked, Desperate for help with FC6

> > - First and foremost, I have my server set up in the standard dual-nic setup with one going to the DSL modem and the other one going to my intranet.  YaST knew how to do this, and it was very easy to set up.  The firewall tool under FC6 has just a few options, and no concept of zones.  How do I set that up so I can masquerade NAT to eth1?

Is this a server or a firewall? Since it is connected directly to your
cable modem... you really need a true stateful firewall in front of it
or you're most likely going to get hacked again. I would never
recommend a server be doing this dual purpose kind of functionality.
Instead, I would recommend something like smoothwall (on an old PC) in
front of it, which would allow you to create a DMZ and LAN, then put
the server in the DMZ (which will still be accessible from the LAN).

Anyways, my 2 cents... good luck with whatever you do.


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