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Using a Simple Firewall in CentOS 6

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"The firewall configuration no longer has the SELinux settings and it will take you through a number of steps to set up the firewall. Of course you will want to enable the firewall and then select "Customize" with the tab.

"Use the space key to select the services to enable. The list is greatly expanded in the version for CentOS 6. The name that is used is coming from the file /etc/services which is a system file that connects a name with the port. So if you are wondering which port is being referenced you may review that file."

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