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TOPIC: Does running a dual stack give you 2 firewalls?

Does running a dual stack give you 2 firewalls? 5 years 4 weeks ago #37600

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Does running a dual stack (one IPv4 and the other IPv6) give you dual firewalls?

And does this apply differently for Windows, Linux, MacOSX, OpenWRT etc?

Thanks!
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Re: Does running a dual stack give you 2 firewalls? 5 years 4 weeks ago #37606

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Figured it out it's a little thing called ip6tables.
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Re: Does running a dual stack give you 2 firewalls? 5 years 3 weeks ago #37612

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That was a good question!
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