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Published on Sep 19, 2013
Shorewall, or Shoreline Firewall, is an open source firewall system for Linux that, unlike iptables, let's you configure your firewall in the same terms that you think of network security policies. Shorewall lets you define network resources in zones like DMZ, Local, Firewall, and External and express policies for traffic moving between zones or between addresses in zones. In addition, Shorewall can control time-based rules, NAT/masquerading, port forwarding, bonded interfaces, VPNs, and more.
Note: The video camera we were using ran out of memory about half way through the presentation, but we still had the audio which was recorded separately. That's why the second half of the presentation is the slides with the audio.