How To Install Firewall And Manage Open Ports -GUFW


The ufw (Uncomplicated Firewall) is an frontend for most widely used iptables firewall and it is well comfortable for host-based firewalls. ufw gives a framework for managing netfilter, as well as provides a command-line interface for controlling the firewall. It provides user friendly and easy to use interface for Linux newbies who are not much familiar with firewall concepts.

While, on the other side same complicated commands helps administrators it set complicated rules using command line interface. The ufw is an upstream for other distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint.


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Lets start How To Install Firewall And Manage Open Ports -GUFW

Step 1 : Just install firewall by following command :-

apt-get install gufw

 How To Install Firewall And Manage Open Ports -GUFW


Step 2 :Lets start firewall and manage its open ports

gufw

 How To Install Firewall And Manage Open Ports -GUFW

 How To Install Firewall And Manage Open Ports -GUFW


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