OpenWRT is an active and vibrant home firewall project that was born on the Linksys WRT54G line of home routers. It has grown and expanded to support an amazing array of old and new hardware alike. The list of compatible hardware is large enough to require its own index.. With the recent interest in the Raspberry Pi there is of course is an OpenWRT build for it as well.
Shorewall is a gateway/firewall configuration tool for GNU/Linux. For a high level description of Shorewall, see the Introduction to Shorewall. To review Shorewall functionality, see the Features Page. Getting Started with Shorewall. New to Shorewall? My complete OpenWrt Setup Guide - Hagen Paul Pfeifer Mar 03, 2015 IPv6 (tutorial) - DD-WRT Wiki Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is a network layer IP standard used by electronic devices to exchange data across a packet-switched network.It follows IPv4 as the second version of the Internet Protocol to be formally adopted for general use. There are too many devices in the world for 32-bit (2 32, or 4,294,967,296) IP addresses to be sufficient.
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Jun 13, 2020 linux - openwrt firewall - block a set of ip addresses I'm running OpenWRT Attitude Adjustment r33556 / LuCI Trunk (trunk+svn9325) on my WNDR3800. I would like to configure my firewall to: Only allow a specific range of IP addresses to access internet, like my static IP's. Also block IP's from internet access in my DHCP IP … Allow traffic to/from specific IP with iptables in openwrt I have a tp-link router with openwrt. I have 2 iptables rules to block P2P connections. The blockings working fine, but now i need a rule to allow traffic to/from an specific IP. my blocking rules: