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howtos:network_services:postfix_dovecot_mysql:email_firewall [2018/02/06 00:58 (UTC)]
astrogeek Removed UFW syntax added by others - added policy lines
howtos:network_services:postfix_dovecot_mysql:email_firewall [2018/02/06 01:17 (UTC)]
astrogeek [Firewall Rules For Virtual Mail Server]
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 <note important>​Loading //only// the rules below as your firewall will close other access that may be important to you such as http and ssh! <note important>​Loading //only// the rules below as your firewall will close other access that may be important to you such as http and ssh!
-You should first use iptables -L to check for pre-existing rules and merge those below into your existing ​firewall+You should first use iptables -L to check for pre-existing rules and __merge ​those below into your existing ​firewall__
-If you have no existing firewall and need to allow http and ssh, uncomment the lines for those also included here.</​note>​+If you have no existing firewall and/or need to allow http and ssh, uncomment the --policy ​lines and those for http and ssh as necessary to meet your requirements.</​note>​
  
-Following is a minimal set of iptables rules to provide a firewall for your email server.+Following is a **minimal** set of iptables rules to provide a firewall for your email server. ​While 
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
---policy INPUT DROP +#--policy INPUT DROP 
---policy FORWARD DROP +#--policy FORWARD DROP 
---policy OUTPUT ​DROP+#--policy OUTPUT ​ACCEPT
  
 -A INPUT -m state --state INVALID -j DROP -A INPUT -m state --state INVALID -j DROP

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