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As default, Raspbian loads firewalld.service on boot.

I wish to define firewall's inbound and outbound ports in order to allow services such as pigpiod, VNC, SSH and so , to be able to control each other.

When using Ubuntu Mate- it is easy to download from Software center, a firewall software to control its firewall.

While using Raspbian - I don't find a porper way to do it. Googling around led to install ufw which is very minimal in capabilities and tiresome to work that way. Plus- systemctl enable ufw did not load it after boot.

I would love to get some help with this,

Guy

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  • What is the name of the package you installed on Ubuntu Mate? – Mark Stosberg Sep 19 '17 at 19:41
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    Firewall is built into the kernel and interfaced with iptables, ufw is "uncomplicated firewall" and is a wrapper for iptables. Anything you can do with any firewall config tool you can do through iptables, but the syntax/usage is very archaic. What about ufw is insufficient for your purposes? there are graphical wrappers for UFW like gufw – crasic Sep 19 '17 at 22:29
  • @crasic - thanks for you answer. firstly - archaic is mostly what bothers me ( since it all typ2ing, and don't have the flexabililty to define "home" ,"public" and so ). – Guy . D Sep 20 '17 at 4:30
  • @MarkStosberg - something more like "firewall-config" which can be downloaded via Ubuntu's software center – Guy . D Sep 20 '17 at 4:31
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To sum up ( thanks to @crasic and @Mark ) - installing sudo apt-get install gufw install gui for ufw which a systemctl service,

sudo apt-get install firewall-config install gui for firewalld.

thanks alot !

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