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How to Start/Stop or Enable/Disable firewalld on CentOS 7

How to Start/Stop or Enable/Disable firewalld on CentOS 7

firewalld (Dynamic Firewall Manager) tool provides a dynamically managed firewall. The tool enables network/firewall zones to define the trust level of network connections and/or interfaces. It has support both for  IPv4 and  IPv6 firewall settings. Also, it supports Ethernet bridges and allow you to separate between runtime and permanent configuration options. Finally, it supports an interface for services or applications to add firewall rules directly.

Disable firewalld

To disable  firewalld, execute the following command as root or using  sudo:

Enable firewalld

To enable  firewalld, execute the following command as root or using  sudo:

Stop firewalld

To stop (or deactivate)  firewalld,execute the following command as root or using  sudo:

Start firewalld

To start (or activate)  firewalld, execute the following command as root or using  sudo:

Status of firewalld

To check the status of  firewalld, execute the following command as root or using  sudo:

Note: We don’t suggest to disable your firewall permanently.  it may be harmful to your server and sites.

 

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