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#1 IceCreamJones


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Posted 03 May 2017 - 02:59 PM

Hello all,


I'm working on my DDWRT router and trying to understand IPtables better.  Does anyone have any boos they strongly recommend on the subject?  I know there are sites that give a good list of all commands and what they do, but I'd prefer an actual book if there's one you particularly recommend.  thanks!

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Posted 03 May 2017 - 03:29 PM

Hello IceCreamJones.....and 'Welcome' to the Linux & Unix subforum.


Have a look here:-




You can download this in e-Book format, as a PDF document.. It looks ( at first glance, anyway) to be exactly the kind of thing you're looking for.....perhaps a wee bit too technical? Only you can be the judge of that.


There are links to other similar books further down the page. Hope that helps.



Mike.  :wink:

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