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Turn off or disable firewall permanently under Linux

In this blog, we will how to turn off or disable firewall permanently under Linux / Fedora / Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS.
 
iptables is administration tool/command for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT. You need to use the following tools:
[a] service is a command to run a System V init script. It is used to save/ stop/start firewall service.
[b] chkconfig command is used to update and queries run level information for system service. It is a system tool for maintaining the /etc/rc*.d hierarchy. Use this tool to disable firewall service at boot time.Turn off or disable firewall permanently under Linux
How Do I Disable Firewall in Linux?
First login as the root user.
Next enter the following three commands to disable firewall.

If you are using IPv6 firewall, enter:

This is how you can turn off or disable firewall permanently under Linux.

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