Binary package “arno-iptables-firewall” in ubuntu kinetic

single- and multi-homed firewall script with DSL/ADSL support

 Unlike other lean iptables front ends in Debian, arno-iptables-firewall
 will setup and load a secure, restrictive firewall by just asking a few
 questions. This includes configuring internal networks for internet access
 via NAT and potential network services (e.g. HTTP or SSH).
 However, it is in no way restricted to this simple setup. Some catch words
 of additional features, that can be enabled in the well documented
 configuration file are: DSL/ADSL, port forwarding, DMZ, port-scan detection,
 MAC address filtering.
 Moreover, it comes with an extensive set of plugins to cover further
 requirements. For example SSH brute force protection, traffic shaping,
 traffic accounting, VPN support to just mention a few.