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iptables on a ChicagoVPS (OpenVZ) VPS

iptables is not always easy to deal with so I prefer to use Uncomplicated firewall (ufw) in Ubuntu, because it simplifies configuring and maintaining my firewall rules. Unfortunately, ufw does not play nice with OpenVZ containers so I decided to find something else. In the end (after testing various things) I decided to install the package iptables-persistent which is not as sexy as ufw but gets the job done. iptables-persistent uses two configuration files /etc/iptables-persistent/rules.v4…

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