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Thread: IPFW firewall IP table gets removed after rebooting the server

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    IPFW firewall IP table gets removed after rebooting the server

    Hello,

    I am using IPFW firewall on my server (with FreeBSD 11.2), The problem that I have is that whenever I reboot the server or reboot the firewall, the blocked IPs in the IPFW table are gone.

    I would appreciate if you provide me with a solution to resolve this issue.

    Thank you very much and thank you in advanced.

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    You should export the rules to a file and reload it after reboot. Ipfw.rules should be able to have a rule for exporting to a file, then you can reload via rc.conf from it.

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    Unhappy compile manual php version on directadmin

    Hi ..
    I,m going to enable php7.0.2 on direcadmin But another version is installed (php7.0.31) .
    how i can manual compile another version of php on direadmin ?

    thanks .

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    Quote Originally Posted by javad View Post
    I,m going to enable php7.0.2 on direcadmin But another version is installed (php7.0.31) .
    how i can manual compile another version of php on direadmin ?
    First I would ask "why".

    Apart of that, here is how: https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=275. Look at the Custombuild 2.0 part of the article.

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    Unhappy not used

    Unfortunately, this link was not used.
    It should be compiled manually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javad View Post
    Unfortunately, this link was not used.
    It should be compiled manually.
    @Javad

    I believe you would be more successful if you create a new thread for your issue as this topic is related to IPFW not PHP.

    Regards.

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