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Old 6th November 2011, 05:20 PM
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Arrow Modifying firewalld for SSH and Telnet

I am having an issue running ssh and telnet over my WAN.on my home network. I can do both successfully, but if I reboot the server, firewalld takes over and blocks these ports (I'm assuming).

If I issue:

service firewalld stop

and reload the GUI firewall where I have the ports open, it corrects the issue. So my question is ... how can I incorporate the same concept into the firewalld using the commands lines AND keep it there for subsequent reboots without modification of the firewalld service?

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