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    [Debian] Iptables doesn't start at boot

    I can't seem to find any help on how to get iptables to automatically start at boot time.

    Can anyone here help me? The machine is a Debian Sarge.

    Thanks!
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    Sorry, I know you might have done that but just to counter-check with you... have you done searching at google first?
    here and here
    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=343455
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    I found a solution. In debian you should use the folders under /etc/network/ and then there are folders there to place your startup-script in.
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    Glad that you have found the solution and I will close this thread from now. If you need me to open this thread, feel free to submit a helpdesk ticket
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