We have a backup management application UI hosted on Nautilus’s backup server in Stratos DC.
That backup management application code is deployed under Apache on the backup server itself,
and Nginx is running as a reverse proxy on the same server. Apache and Nginx ports are 3004 and 8095,
respectively. We have iptables firewall installed on this server. Make the appropriate changes
to fulfill the requirements mentioned below:
We want to open all incoming connections to Nginx’s port and block all incoming connections
to Apache’s port. Also make sure rules are permanent.
Thanks @waiyanpyaesone06 !
Interesting to ask to use iptables instead of firewalld on cento 7.
I know the assignement mentions iptables somewhere but maybe it can be stated clearly that the task should be completed using iptables.
Do you suggest using reviews instead of posting this questions on the community board? I figured posting on the board would allow the whole community to help instead of putting the whole load on the admins.
Do you suggest using reviews instead of posting this questions on the community board?
I would suggest you to do both. Using review could help you get the answer a lot quicker and you would get a chance to see other possible solutions.
As you suggested above, posting here could aware the community about the task and we would also get a chance to explain you to understand the task better.
So, therefore use review button to request assistance from other fellow engineers on KKE and post your query here also.