iptables cookbook too - a bit clunky, but gets the job done for
me most of the time. If I need to use other table than
filter', then I have to resort to ugly hacks. Don't even ask what has to happen if more than one cookbook needs to update thenat’ table.
If/when I have some meaningful amount of free cycles, I’ve planned to work
on something nicer to use - data-driven, with LWRPs, not requiring having a
freaking template for every rule, and supporting other tables. Michael -
if you happen to start working on it, let me know, we may join our forces.
On 27 July 2013 03:57, Joshua Timberman email@example.com wrote:
We don’t have current plans for ebtables but integration support to
provide that would be great contribution.
On Friday, July 26, 2013 at 9:09, Michael Hart wrote:
I have a need for a cookbook to manage iptables and ebtables. I’ve been
using simple_iptables for starters, but the maintainer is no longer
answering and it doesn’t support ebtables. The Opscode Firewall cookbook so
far only supports UFW.
Are there plans to add support for iptables/ebtables to the Opscode
Firewall cookbook, and if so when? If not I may be able to work on it. Also
open to other options.
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