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How To Configure Csf In Redhat Enterprise Linux

In this tutorial we are going to learn how to configure csf in redhat enterprise linux and what are the commands to configure csf in redhat linux

If you have to configure csf so just follow these simple steps and these simple commands and then configure by yourself in linux

Step-1 Firstly open linux and login with the root and in desktop here i am having csf application in my desktop and this is the tar file i am having so first we have to compress this file then we configure csf

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Step-2 How to compress this tar file

Here is the command to compress

[root@localhost Desktop]# tar -xvf csf.tgz

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Step-3 Now our compression is complete now we have to configure csf before configuring csf you must have configure yum server in your linux system if you don’t know how to configure yum server then click on this link and see how to configure yum server

Step-4 Here is the command to configure csf

[root@localhost csf]# yum inatall perl* -y
[root@localhost csf]# cd csf
[root@localhost csf]# ls
[root@localhost csf]# sh
[root@localhost csf]# vim /etc/csf/csf.conf

Now restart the service of csf

[root@localhost csf]# service csf restart
[root@localhost csf]# chkconfig on

Now we have to run this command to allow or deny the ip

[root@localhost csf]# csf -d
[root@localhost csf]# csf -a
[root@localhost csf]# csf -r

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csf -d {To deny the ip}

csf -a {To Allow the ip}

csf -r {To reload}

This is all how to configure csf and how to run csf in Redhat Enterprise Linux

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