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How to put BorderManager default filters back in place.

(Last modified: 10Feb2003)

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How to put BorderManager default filters back in place.

How to reset BorderManager filters.


Novell BorderManager 3.5

Novell BorderManager 3.6

Formerly TID 2930904


Steps to reset BorderManager filters:
     1) Unload IPFLT, IPXFLT, AND FILTSRV at the console.
     2) Disable filter support in INETCFG/PROTOCOLS/TCPIP and IPX.
     3) Rename the SYS:ETC/FILTERS.CFG.
     4) Reinitialize system.
     6) Say NO to launch INETCFG.NLM.
     8) Select Set filters on the Public interface.
     9) Select the PUBLIC interface and enter on continue.
     10) Hit ENTER when prompted to acknowledge both IP and IPX filter placement success.
     11) Hit ESCAPE to leave BRDCFG.NLM. The system will be reinitialized automatically.


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  • Document ID:
  • 10013153
  • Solution ID: 4.0.6634098.2248324
  • Creation Date: 26Jul1999
  • Modified Date: 10Feb2003
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