We are very proud to announce the availability of FWCloud-Agent, a new way of communication with the firewalls administered by means of FWCloud that will improve performance, security and allow amazing new features that we will add in next releases.
FWCloud allows you to centrally manage...
The new FWCloud release, including the FWCloud-Agent support, will be published tomorrow together with a new web section for FWCloud-Agent.
Nevertheless if you want try it now, you can download your Linux distribution package (deb or rpm) from here:
We have just released the patch release v1.3.1 for FWCloud-API.
It fixes a bug in the firewall policy compilation procedure related with the comments of the rules.
The next time you access your FWCloud platform by means of the web user interface, a popup message will warn you...
It is a pleasure to announce the availability of the next FWCloud package's releases with lot of new features, performance improvements and bug fixes.
- FWCloud-API 1.3.0
- FWCloud-UI 1.2.0
- FWCloud-Websrv 1.0.5
There are two main new features included in these releases: the NFTables compiler...
This is an issue already answered in other post: https://forum.fwcloud.net/threads/firewalld-support.23/#post-61
Please, let me know if the answer in this thread answers your question.
We have not tried it, but if you follow the install script steps and adapt them to Oracle 7 Linux Operating System, I think that you will be able to complete the installation.
Nevertheless, why do you need it in such Linux distribution if you can have it in Debian, Ubuntu, etc.?
The last Centos release is 8.
We have installed FWCloud in the last Centos release and it has gone fine.
Why are you using Centos 7 or Centos 6 in a fresh new virtual machine?
Have you tried the installation in Centos 8?
Please, run the installer again but with this little variation and send us the output with the error:
curl -k -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/soltecsis/fwcloud-installer/main/fwcloud-installer.sh -o ./fwcloud-installer.sh && sudo bash -x ./fwcloud-installer.sh && rm -f...
I understand, thank you for the detailed explanation.
Then, for do it with FWCloud you need:
Feature for create you own chains.
Allow the use of custom chains in the actions column.
Is it correct or do you need something more?
At this moment it is not possible to create your own policy chains. The FWCloud IPTables/NFTables compiler generates the required custom chains for every rule you create using the FWCloud user interface, but you can not create your own custom chains.
Yes, it is a feature included in our...
At this moment you can do it using the feature that we have called hook scripts at the rule level.
If you edit the the rule options, you can add shell script code that will be executed before or after the rule loading.
Then you can do something like this:
In the future we will...