Iptables is a user-space utility program that allows a system administrator to configure the IP packet filter rules of the Linux kernel firewall, implemented as different Netfilter modules. This add-on allows for running Iptables commands in a sanitized manner.
spec: iptablesConfig: iptablesCmds: - ["-A", "INPUT", "-i", "lo", "-j", "ACCEPT"] preserveConfig: false
|iptablesCmds||This is a list of arguments that may be passed in to kURL and executed by iptables during the install. Multiple commands may be run.|
|preserveConfig||This flag will ensure that nothing is changed in the existing iptables config on the system, regardless of other options.|