High Level Firewall Language (hlfl) permits writing firewalling rules using a high level language
High Level Firewall Language (hlfl) permits writing firewalling rules using a high level language. It translates your high level language firewalling rules into usable rules for IPChains, NetFilter, IPFilter, Cisco, and many others. Renaud Deraison, founder of the Nessus Project, initiated this project first, but it is now maintained by Arnaud Launay and discussed on the HLFL mailing-list.
Some examples of how HLFL works may be found in the examples section; the syntax is detailed in the syntax section.
This firewall supports the following firewalling languages:
BSD IPFw, statefull and not statefull
IPFWadm (Linux 2.0)
IPChains (Linux 2.2)
NETFilter/IPTables (Linux 2.4)
What's New in This Release:
tags high level the syntax firewalling rules level language
Download hlfl 0.60.1
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