Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 5:03 Post subject: Mac Filter
Are there any additional iptables that are needed for this to work? I am trying to accomplish the exact same thing as you, but when I entered:
iptables -I FORWARD -o vlan2 -j DROP
my "unauthorized" laptop was still able to get on the internet. I have the default firewall rules with NAT turned on. Am I missing something or is that command supposed to stop all unauthorized traffic immediately?
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Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 20:57 Post subject:
Well I wasn't referring to where run the code, but that DD-WRT GUI to have similar functionality... _________________ Site 1:
P3 1GHz Coppermine with DD-WRT v24 as main router
2x Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 with DD-WRT v24 as AP
AMD64 4200+ Dualcore AM2 with DD-WRT v24 as main router
Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 with DD-WRT v24 as AP
Click on the admin tab and then click commands, and then save it as "Firewall" Please make sure you know what your outgoing interface is.
PS - This script breaks Hotmail.com, turbotax.com itunes.com and others for some reason. I am looking into it. What I have found so far is that these servers have a server side redirection that gets munged up and never makes it to the client.