Firewalld is a dynamic firewall management tool that comes pre-installed on CentOS 8. It provides a convenient way to manage and configure firewall rules and settings on a Linux system. Firewalld offers a more user-friendly interface compared to the traditional iptables command.
Step 1: Updating the System
Before installing Firewalld, it is recommended to update the system's package repositories and installed packages. Open a terminal and run the following commands:
$ sudo dnf update
Step 2: Installing Firewalld
To install Firewalld, run the following command in the terminal:
$ sudo dnf install firewalld
Step 3: Starting and Enabling Firewalld
After the installation completes, start and enable the Firewalld service by executing the following commands:
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