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RE: Win IPTables?
From: "Eric Appelboom" <eric () mweb com>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 15:59:37 +0200

 Use the IPSEC filters to protect a host.
You can also export them and inport them if you want to use a generic template.

I suggest a basic "drop bad ports" config.



-----Original Message-----
From: Ivan Andres Hernandez Puga [mailto:ivan.hernandez () globalsis com ar] 
Sent: 27 April 2004 09:16 PM
To: Bénoni MARTIN
Cc: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: Win IPTables?

If you are about to open just the port 80 you can use the very robust (but extremely uncomfotable) win32 kernel filters.
Search for the TCP/IP Filtering options under the Options Tab of your ethernet card.
Also if you run in troubles, use netstat -an and search for the broken connections from your machine.
Ivan Hernandez

Bénoni MARTIN wrote:

Hi community,

I have been trying to find out if there was an equivalent of iptables under a Windows box.

I have an Windows 2003 box, with an IIS and an SQL Server 2000 running on it (I know it would be better to set that up 
on two different machines, but well... :) ), and I was wondering how to secure it with a personal FW.

Any idea will be welcomed!


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