Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Okay, I know, I'm a bit paranoiac about system security. I know that something like "-A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -i ethX -j ACCEPT" in the iptables configuration file will work (normally, I will check). However, as I don't know why the iptables service breaks the replication just after restarting, whereas iptables seems to be right configured, I'm trying to find an explanation. Nevertheless, thanks for your answer. Nicolas Bouthors <nbouthors at nbi.fr> a Ã©critÂ : > Le 02/08/2006 10:26, CHARTON Yannick écrivait : >> Hi, > > Hello, > >> I'm using drbd 0.7.17 to synchronise two nodes (running on Red Hat >> Entreprise Linux 4) with a dedicated gigabyte link between the two >> nodes. >> >> My problem seems to be a conflict between drbd and the iptables firewall > > I know I'm not answering the question but if you have a DEDICATED link, > isn't it overkill to aply firewalling on it ? > > Knowing that my machine cannot be physicaly accessed without my knowing, > I usualy simply le everything pass over the dedicated link. > > N > > -- > Nicolas Bouthors -=- Tel : 06 20 71 62 34 -=- Fax : 01 46 87 21 99 > NBi SARL -=- http://nbi.fr -=- nbouthors at nbi.fr >