This article shows you how to Automate iptables for the whole infrastructure (linux/unix) and maintain the state during the lifecycle of a host. We would need to install 2 modules from PuppetLabs so that we can assign Rules based on the requirements, whether its from one destination to another or from one host to multiple destinations or vice-versa.

  1. puppetlabs/Firewall = Standard module for iptables.
  2. puppetlabs/Firewall_multi = Module that takes care off when adding multiple source/destination/ports in one Rule.
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In Raspberry Pi from version Jessie onwards the "root" login for SSH sessions (via Putty Login) has been disabled by default. It can be enabled by just editing "sshd_config" file and then restarting "ssh" service.

To start with login to raspi via ssh using the default "pi" credentials. Then elevate yourself to super user "sudo"

# sudo -i

Then edit "/etc/ssh/sshd_config" and update the field "PermitRootLogin"

# vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config

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