Configuring a Linux Based Firewall to Allow Outgoing Traffic Lab

Infosec Learning
Virtual Lab

In this lab, you will configure a Linux-based firewall to allow outgoing traffic. Students will run a ping scan to see if the current firewall configuration allows for outbound ICMP packets and run an nmap scan. Students will then make configuration changes to the firewall.

Time
2 hours
Difficulty
Beginner
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Overview

In this lab, you will configure a Linux-based firewall to allow outgoing traffic. Students will run a ping scan to see if the current firewall configuration allows for outbound ICMP packets and run an nmap scan. Students will then make configuration changes to the firewall.