Ispconfig firewall bug?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by oatis, Nov 15, 2019.

  1. oatis

    oatis New Member

    I use Ispcofig3 + debian10 (buster) with ufw. If i add a port to Ispconfig's firevall, than its opens the port until I reboot.
    The port number doesn't disappear from ispconfig's firewall, but port is closed after I reboot the computer.
    If I use this command from terminal
    sudo ufw allow 1234
    than 1234 port is permanently opened after reboot too.
    It is interesting. Any idea, how to solve this?
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    That's quite strange as ISPConfig uses the same command to open the port, just with /tcp or /udp option and as you say the port is open after you added it, the command must have been executed. Example

    ufw allow 1234/tcp

    sudo is not used by ispconfig as the process that configures the firewall is root.

    Are you sure that firewall is set to UFW under system > Server config on your server and not to Bastille?
  3. oatis

    oatis New Member

    Hi Till!
    I checked, the firewall is set to ufw.

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