Securing Linux - Advanced IPTables

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Iptables is a software that is used to configure the IP packet filter rules of a Linux kernel firewall. In this lab, you will gain hands-on experience on how to use advanced features of Iptables to filter packets, set up Network Address Translation (NAT), enable and limit connectivity, as well as block malicious packets and user groups.

Time
1 hour
Difficulty
Intermediate
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Overview

Iptables is a software that is used to configure the IP packet filter rules of a Linux kernel firewall. In this lab, you will gain hands-on experience on how to use advanced features of Iptables to filter packets, set up Network Address Translation (NAT), enable and limit connectivity, as well as block malicious packets and user groups.