Author Topic: [SOLVED]Secure zentyal ports  (Read 533 times)

vandykmarsu

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[SOLVED]Secure zentyal ports
« on: March 14, 2022, 03:38:52 pm »
Hi Zentyal user's,

after reading the Zentyal documentation, having browsed the forum, I allow myself to come and ask my questions in this section.

Having carried out an installation without problems, today I want to secure this installation, and this by securing ports 22, 80 and 389.

By consulting the forum I found how to secure port 389 without disabling it, which is not recommended, do you have any suggestions for the other ports?

I'm not looking for a ready-made solution, just advice, a choice will be made if feasible or not :)

Wishing you many thanks in advance for your future contributions :)
« Last Edit: March 25, 2022, 02:58:01 pm by vandykmarsu »

dzidek23

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Re: Secure zentyal ports
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2022, 01:58:16 pm »
Hi,

That's fairly simple to achieve:

https://doc.zentyal.org/en/firewall.html#firewall-configuration-with-zentyal

Just make sure you use the right section, so you block access to the Zentyal and not between networks.

If you need more ports (not mentioned on the current list) go to Network -> Services and add what you need (Name, protocol, ports)
Then you can use that service in firewall selection list.

Simples,
Cheerio!
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Re: Secure zentyal ports
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2022, 04:58:35 pm »
Hi,

That's fairly simple to achieve:

https://doc.zentyal.org/en/firewall.html#firewall-configuration-with-zentyal

Just make sure you use the right section, so you block access to the Zentyal and not between networks.

If you need more ports (not mentioned on the current list) go to Network -> Services and add what you need (Name, protocol, ports)
Then you can use that service in firewall selection list.

Simples,
Cheerio!
dzidek23

Thanks for the explanation, i will test it :)