Provided by: shorewall6_4.4.26.1-1_all bug


       blacklist - shorewall6 Blacklist file




       The blacklist file is used to perform static blacklisting. You can
       blacklist by source address (IP or MAC), or by application.

       The columns in the file are as follows (where the column name is
       followed by a different name in parentheses, the different name is used
       in the alternate specification syntax).

       ADDRESS/SUBNET - {-|~mac-address|ip-address|address-range|+ipset}
           Host address, network address, MAC address, IP address range (if
           your kernel and ip6tables contain iprange match support) or ipset
           name prefaced by "+" (if your kernel supports ipset match).
           Exclusion (shorewall6-exclusion[1](5)) is supported.

           MAC addresses must be prefixed with "~" and use "-" as a separator.

           Example: ~00-A0-C9-15-39-78

           A dash ("-") in this column means that any source address will
           match. This is useful if you want to blacklist a particular
           application using entries in the PROTOCOL and PORTS columns.

       PROTOCOL (proto) - {-|protocol-number|protocol-name}
           Optional - if specified, must be a protocol number or a protocol
           name from protocols(5).

       PORTS (port) - {-|port-name-or-number[,port-name-or-number]...}
           May only be specified if the protocol is TCP (6), UDP (17), DCCP
           (33), SCTP (132) or UDPLITE (136). A comma-separated list of
           destination port numbers or service names from services(5).

       OPTIONS - {-|{dst|src|whitelist|audit}[,...]}
           Optional - added in 4.4.12. If specified, indicates whether traffic
           from ADDRESS/SUBNET (src) or traffic to ADDRESS/SUBNET (dst) should
           be blacklisted. The default is src. If the ADDRESS/SUBNET column is
           empty, then this column has no effect on the generated rule.

               In Shorewall 4.4.12, the keywords from and to were used in
               place of src and dst respectively. Blacklisting was still
               restricted to traffic arriving on an interface that has the
               'blacklist' option set. So to block traffic from your local
               network to an internet host, you had to specify blacklist on
               your internal interface in shorewall6-interfaces[2] (5).

               Beginning with Shorewall 4.4.13, entries are applied based on
               the blacklist setting in shorewall6-zones[3](5):

                1. 'blacklist' in the OPTIONS or IN_OPTIONS column. Traffic
                   from this zone is passed against the entries in this file
                   that have the src option (specified or defaulted).

                2. 'blacklist' in the OPTIONS or OUT_OPTIONS column. Traffic
                   to this zone is passed against the entries in this file
                   that have the dst option.
           In Shorewall 4.4.20, the whitelist option was added. When whitelist
           is specified, packets/connections that match the entry are not
           matched against the remaining entries in the file.

           The audit option was also added in 4.4.20 and causes packets
           matching the entry to be audited. The audit option may not be
           specified in whitelist entries and require AUDIT_TARGET support in
           the kernel and ip6tables.

       When a packet arrives on an interface that has the blacklist option
       specified in shorewall6-interfaces[4](5), its source IP address and MAC
       address is checked against this file and disposed of according to the
       shorewall6.conf[5](5). If PROTOCOL or PROTOCOL and PORTS are supplied,
       only packets matching the protocol (and one of the ports if PORTS
       supplied) are blocked.


       Example 1:
           To block DNS queries from address fe80::2a0:ccff:fedb:31c4:

                       #ADDRESS/SUBNET            PROTOCOL        PORT
                       fe80::2a0:ccff:fedb:31c4/  udp             53

       Example 2:
           To block some of the nuisance applications:

                       #ADDRESS/SUBNET         PROTOCOL        PORT
                       -                       udp             1024:1033,1434
                       -                       tcp             57,1433,1434,2401,2745,3127,3306,3410,4899,5554,6101,8081,9898




       shorewall6(8), shorewall6-accounting(5), shorewall6-actions(5),
       shorewall6-hosts(5), shorewall6-interfaces(5), shorewall6-maclist(5),
       shoewall6-netmap(5),shorewall6-params(5), shorewall6-policy(5),
       shorewall6-providers(5), shorewall6-route_rules(5),
       shorewall6-routestopped(5), shorewall6-rules(5), shorewall6.conf(5),
       shorewall6-secmarks(5), shorewall6-tcclasses(5),
       shorewall6-tcdevices(5), shorewall6-tcrules(5), shorewall6-tos(5),
       shorewall6-tunnels(5), shorewall6-zones(5)


        1. shorewall6-exclusion

        2. shorewall6-interfaces

        3. shorewall6-zones

        4. shorewall6-interfaces

        5. shorewall6.conf

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