How to Configure “FirewallD” in RHEL/CentOS 7 and Fedora 21
In iptables, we used to configure as INPUT, OUTPUT & FORWARD CHAINS but here in Firewalld, the concept which use Zones. By default, there are different zones available in firewalld, which will be disucssed in this article.
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