Has anyone used FWbuilder.org as a network design tool?

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  • #41869

    newbie
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    I have posted a feature request in this forum topic:

    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1589

    I wanted to add a second post ‘here’ to ask if any one uses FWbuilder and if they have used it with zeroshell.

    Let me know what you think…

    #48650

    aseques
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    I’ve tried fwbuilder some times and never really liked it.
    What I do with the multiple subnetting vpn, etc, on zeroshell is:
    .- Direct the traffic from that interface to the particular chain I created. i.e. “-i ppp+ ” to chaing pptp traffic, and so on …
    .- Use a LOT the “-m comment –comment” so I can document all the rules.

    With this simple stuff, you can manage hundreds of rules without more problems than you’ve in fwbuilder.

    The only thing, I wish that zeroshell could have more power when editing rules, like moving the rules up and down, or being able to copy a rule (like pfsense does), then it would be perfect

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