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 ====Main page of the module==== ====Main page of the module====
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 Firewall is a software stack which controls and filters traffic using its ruleset. Main goal of the firewall is protection networks and theirs nodes from unauthorized access. Also, in ICS CUBE, firewall is responsible for NAT and port forwarding. Firewall is a software stack which controls and filters traffic using its ruleset. Main goal of the firewall is protection networks and theirs nodes from unauthorized access. Also, in ICS CUBE, firewall is responsible for NAT and port forwarding.
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 The “Settings” tab allows to set the basic access to ICS CUBE without creating additional firewall rules. You can set IP-addresses or subtents that will be allowed to access ICS CUBE web-interface and to recovery console via ssh. The “Settings” tab allows to set the basic access to ICS CUBE without creating additional firewall rules. You can set IP-addresses or subtents that will be allowed to access ICS CUBE web-interface and to recovery console via ssh.
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 The “Rule” tab is the main instrument of the system administrator to set up the firewall. It is divided in two parts: the interfaces list (tree-like) and the list of the rules itself. When you click on an interface, you’ll see the rules connected to it. If necessary, the interfaces list can be disabled, using the arrow button in the center of the separation line. The “Rule” tab is the main instrument of the system administrator to set up the firewall. It is divided in two parts: the interfaces list (tree-like) and the list of the rules itself. When you click on an interface, you’ll see the rules connected to it. If necessary, the interfaces list can be disabled, using the arrow button in the center of the separation line.
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 The “Events” tab shows all that happens with the firewall. It’s divided into pages, you can navigate between them with the “Next” and “Previous” buttons, or enter the page number into the appropriate field to proceed directly to it. In the top right corner there is a search line. You can use it to look for specific records. The “Events” tab shows all that happens with the firewall. It’s divided into pages, you can navigate between them with the “Next” and “Previous” buttons, or enter the page number into the appropriate field to proceed directly to it. In the top right corner there is a search line. You can use it to look for specific records.
firewall50.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/06 11:32 by root