[Freedombox-discuss] Please help: Freedombox as a router, "not working" anymore (details inside)
daddy at autistici.org
Mon Oct 8 20:22:49 BST 2018
thank you for your answer and your time.
I'll study the links you provided and investigate the influence of the
This may take me another two weeks :)
PS: Sorry for bringing up something which now looks like unrelated to
the actual Freedombox part of my system.
On 08.10.2018 20:59, Sunil Mohan Adapa wrote:
> On Monday 08 October 2018 02:32 AM, Daddy wrote:
>> I was eventually able to get the DHCP working (by manually allowing the
>> service in firewalld), but not the connection to the internet.
>> *My network setup:*
>> <WAN> -- <Modem> -- <Freedombox> -- <LAN>
>> <LAN> is connected to Fbx through two separate interfaces - wired and
>> wireless, both set as internal zone in firewall.
>> LAN connections are both using "Shared" ipv4 setting; no settings were
>> *Freedombox System:*
>> Debian GNU/Linux buster/sid and FreedomBox version 0.39.0.
>> I'm not filling bug report, as this may have been caused by something
>> I've chosen during the manual system upgrade - I'm just not able to
>> pinpoint it yet.
> Your iptables-save output shows that you are not using firewalld.
> However, for the commands you have executed you indeed have firewalld
> A possible explanation is that you have setup separate iptable scripts
> other than firewalld. First firewalld starts then the offending script
> starts wiping out the firewalld chains. See below for a sample of how
> the nat table should look like with firewalld. To test this theory,
> restart firewalld, (observe different output for iptables-save),
> disconnect/connect shared network connections, check if the problem is
> resolved. To fix, remove the offending script.
> Also, you seem to have docker containers running. Docker seems to insert
> its own chains (but not sure if it wipes iptables). Docker is usually
> started after firewalld when running under systemd. So, things should
> be okay unless you restart firewalld. To properly fix this you may want
> to explore and setup firewalld rich rules and ask docker to not touch
> 2) https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/FirewalldRichLanguage
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