Iptables Jobs

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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $150.00 Posted
    I need a power MTA expert for my Email Marketer Tool. I already have following things: Email Marketing Script High Configured Linux Dedicated Account with CentOS6 10-30 Whitelisted Fresh PIs Root SSH Access I also have a copy of Power MTA 3.5 and 4. I need a person who is an expert in Configuring Power MTA in any Linux Dedicated Server. Your Duty for this job is: 1. Configure the Power MTA in my servers that works in all ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We are looking for a skilled C developer to develop an application targeting routers running DD-WRT in a commercial setting. The application will need to filter traffic that goes through the router and adjust iptables rules accordingly. An exact specification will be provided upon hiring. Required skills: - C programming - Good DD-WRT platform knowledge - Packet capturing and parsing (libpcap preferred, open to other solutions) - Understanding of iptables - Good understanding of the DNS - Good understanding of the OSI model If this project ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $100.00 Posted
    The goal of this project is the creation of a VPN network that will unite multiple networks as a unique network for support purposes. The person accepting the project will have to provide the configuration details for Iptables and OpenVPN that will address the creation of this network. Software Versions * The Central VPN Concentrator will be a Linux CentOs 6 Server running Iptables and OpenVPN * The VPN Endpoints are Raspberry devices running Raspbian OS Architecture Details * Using OpenVPN a management ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50.00 Posted
    I need to turn a DDWRT router (i have a tplink) into a firewall. The firewall needs to be IP-transparent, so that users with hardcored IPs and public IPs won't need to make any changes at all on their computers (with no need to make the ddwrt as the gateway too). The function of the firewall is to block any DNS requests on port 53, send them to the dnsmasq in the router in order to be resolved (1 ...
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