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Taste of Training: Hardening access to network services with iptables
Join our webinar to learn how to use iptables to control access to network services. Content from this webinar comes from the all-new Red Hat® Server Hardening (RH413) course.More
During this webinar, you will:
- Review how to establish a stateful host firewall.
- Learn iptables rule-management practices for using iptables remotely.
- Discover how to troubleshoot iptables problems.
About Rob Locke: Rob Locke began teaching Red Hat classes in 2003, later becoming an employee in 2006. In preparation for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release, he became a full-time curriculum manager. Over the last 24 years, he has worked on certification programs with Novell, IBM, CA, Cisco, and now Red Hat. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics. His passions are teaching technology, spending time with his kids, and genealogy research.