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FIREWALLD.DBUS(5)                         firewalld.dbus                        FIREWALLD.DBUS(5)

NAME firewalld.dbus - firewalld D-Bus interface description
OBJECT PATHS This is the basic firewalld object path structure. The used interfaces are explained below in the section called “INTERFACES”. /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1 Interfaces org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1 org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1/config Interfaces org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1/config/zone/i Interfaces org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1/config/service/i Interfaces: org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.service org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1/config/ipset/i Interfaces org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties /org/fedoraproject/FirewallD1/config/icmptype/i Interfaces org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.icmptype org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties
INTERFACES org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1 This interface contains general runtime operations, like: reloading, panic mode, default zone handling, getting services and icmp types and their settings. Methods authorizeAll() → Nothing Initiate authorization for the complete firewalld D-Bus interface. This method it mostly useful for configuration applications. completeReload() → Nothing Reload firewall completely, even netfilter kernel modules. This will most likely terminate active connections, because state information is lost. This option should only be used in case of severe firewall problems. For example if there are state information problems that no connection can be established with correct firewall rules. disablePanicMode() → Nothing Disable panic mode. After disabling panic mode established connections might work again, if panic mode was enabled for a short period of time. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED enablePanicMode() → Nothing Enable panic mode. All incoming and outgoing packets are dropped, active connections will expire. Enable this only if there are serious problems with your network environment. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED getDefaultZone() → s Return default zone. getIcmpTypeSettings(s: icmptype) → (sssas) Return runtime settings of given icmptype. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.icmptype.Methods.getSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of destinations. version (s): see version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). destinations (as): array, either empty or containing strings 'ipv4' or 'ipv6', see destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). Possible errors: INVALID_ICMPTYPE getServiceSettings(s: service) → (sssa(ss)asa{ss}as) Return runtime settings of given service. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.service.Methods.getSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of ports (port, protocol), array of module names, dictionary of destinations and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.service(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.service(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). module names (as): array of kernel netfilter helpers, see module tag in firewalld.service(5). destinations (a{ss}): dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). protocols (as): array of protocols, see protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: INVALID_SERVICE getZoneSettings(s: zone) → (sssbsasa(ss)asba(ssss)asasasas) Return runtime settings of given zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, UNUSED, target, array of services, array of ports (port, protocol), array of icmp-blocks, masquerade, array of forward-ports (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr), array of interfaces, array of sources, array of rich rules and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.zone(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.zone(5). UNUSED (b): this boolean value is no longer used for anything. target (s): see target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). services (as): array of service names, see service tag in firewalld.zone(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). icmp-blocks (as): array of icmp-blocks. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). masquerade (b): see masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). forward-ports (a(ssss)): array of (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr). See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). interfaces (as): array of interfaces. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). source addresses (as): array of source addresses. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). rich rules (as): array of rich-language rules. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). protocols (as): array of protocols, see protocol tag in firewalld.zone(5). Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE listIcmpTypes() → as Return array of names (s) of icmp types in runtime configuration. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.listIcmpTypes. listServices() → as Return array of service names (s) in runtime configuration. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.listServices. queryPanicMode() → b Return true if panic mode is enabled, false otherwise. In panic mode all incoming and outgoing packets are dropped. reload() → Nothing Reload firewall rules and keep state information. Current permanent configuration will become new runtime configuration, i.e. all runtime only changes done until reload are lost with reload if they have not been also in permanent configuration. runtimeToPermanent() → Nothing Make runtime settings permanent. Replaces permanent settings with runtime settings for zones, services, icmptypes, direct and policies (lockdown whitelist). Possible errors: RT_TO_PERM_FAILED setDefaultZone(s: zone) → Nothing Set default zone for connections and interfaces where no zone has been selected to zone. Setting the default zone changes the zone for the connections or interfaces, that are using the default zone. This is a runtime and permanent change. Possible errors: ZONE_ALREADY_SET, COMMAND_FAILED Signals DefaultZoneChanged(s: zone) Emitted when default zone has been changed to zone. PanicModeDisabled() Emitted when panic mode has been deactivated. PanicModeEnabled() Emitted when panic mode has been activated. Reloaded() Emitted when firewalld has been reloaded. Also emitted for a complete reload. Properties BRIDGE - b - (ro) Indicates whether the firewall has ethernet bridge support. IPv4 - b - (ro) Indicates whether the firewall has IPv4 support. IPv6 - b - (ro) Indicates whether the firewall has IPv6 support. IPv6_rpfilter - b - (ro) Indicates whether the reverse path filter test on a packet for IPv6 is enabled. If a reply to the packet would be sent via the same interface that the packet arrived on, the packet will match and be accepted, otherwise dropped. interface_version - s - (ro) firewalld D-Bus interface version string. state - s - (ro) firewalld state. This can be either INIT or RUNNING. In INIT state, firewalld is starting up and initializing. version - s - (ro) firewalld version string. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset Operations in this interface allows to get, add, remove and query runtime ipset settings. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset interface. Methods addEntry(s: ipset, s: entry) → as Add a new entry to ipset. The entry must match the type of the ipset. If the ipset is using the timeout option, it is not possible to see the entries, as they are timing out automatically in the kernel. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset.Methods.addEntry. Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET, IPSET_WITH_TIMEOUT getEntries(s: ipset) → Nothing Get all entries added to the ipset. If the ipset is using the timeout option, it is not possible to see the entries, as they are timing out automatically in the kernel. Return value is a array of entry. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset.Methods.getEntries. Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET, IPSET_WITH_TIMEOUT getSettings(s: ipset) → (ssssa{ss}as) Return runtime settings of given ipset. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset.Methods.getSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, type, dictionary of options and array of entries. version (s): see version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). type (s): see type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). options (a{ss}): dictionary of {option : value} . See options tag in firewalld.ipset(5). entries (as): array of entries, see entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET getIPSets() → as Return array of ipset names (s) in runtime configuration. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.listIPSets. queryService(s: ipset, s: entry) → b Return whether entry has been added to ipset. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset.Methods.queryEntry. Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET queryService(s: ipset) → b Return whether ipset is defined in runtime configuration. removeEntry(s: ipset, s: entry) → as Removes an entry from ipset. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset.Methods.removeEntry. Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET, IPSET_WITH_TIMEOUT Signals EntryAdded(s: ipset, s: entry) Emitted when entry has been added to ipset. EntryRemoved(s: ipset, s: entry) Emitted when entry has been removed from ipset. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct This interface enables more direct access to the firewall. It enables runtime manipulation with chains and rules. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct interface. Methods addChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Add a new chain to table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Make sure there's no other chain with this name already. There already exist basic chains to use with direct methods, for example INPUT_direct chain. These chains are jumped into before chains for zones, i.e. every rule put into INPUT_direct will be checked before rules in zones. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.addChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, ALREADY_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED addPassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → Nothing Add a tracked passthrough rule with the arguments args for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Valid commands in args are only -A/--append, -I/--insert and -N/--new-chain. This method is (unlike passthrough method) tracked, i.e. firewalld remembers it. It's useful with org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.runtimeToPermanent For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.addPassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, ALREADY_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED addRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → Nothing Add a rule with the arguments args to chain in table with priority for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). The priority is used to order rules. Priority 0 means add rule on top of the chain, with a higher priority the rule will be added further down. Rules with the same priority are on the same level and the order of these rules is not fixed and may change. If you want to make sure that a rule will be added after another one, use a low priority for the first and a higher for the following. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.addRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, ALREADY_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED getAllChains() → a(sss) Get all chains added to all tables in format: ipv, table, chain. This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. Return value is a array of (ipv, table, chain). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getAllChains. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). table (s): one of filter, mangle, nat, raw, security chain (s): name of a chain. getAllPassthroughs() → a(sas) Get all tracked passthrough rules added in all ipv types in format: ipv, rule. This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. Return value is a array of (ipv, array of arguments). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getAllPassthroughs. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getAllRules() → a(sssias) Get all rules added to all chains in all tables in format: ipv, table, chain, priority, rule. This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. Return value is a array of (ipv, table, chain, priority, array of arguments). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getAllRules. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). table (s): one of filter, mangle, nat, raw, security chain (s): name of a chain. priority (i): used to order rules. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getChains(s: ipv, s: table) → as Return an array of chains (s) added to table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getChains. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE getPassthroughs(s: ipv) → aas Get tracked passthrough rules added in either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. Return value is a array of (array of arguments). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getPassthroughs. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getRules(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → a(ias) Get all rules added to chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. Return value is a array of (priority, array of arguments). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.getRules. priority (i): used to order rules. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE passthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → s Pass a command through to the firewall. ipv can be either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). args can be all iptables, ip6tables and ebtables command line arguments. args can be all iptables, ip6tables and ebtables command line arguments. This command is untracked, which means that firewalld is not able to provide information about this command later on. Possible errors: COMMAND_FAILED queryChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → b Return whether a chain exists in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.queryChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE queryPassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → b Return whether a tracked passthrough rule with the arguments args exists for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.queryPassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV queryRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → b Return whether a rule with priority and the arguments args exists in chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.queryRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE removeAllPassthroughs() → Nothing Remove all passthrough rules previously added with addPassthrough. removeChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Remove a chain from table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only chains previously added with addChain can be removed this way. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.removeChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, NOT_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED removePassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → Nothing Remove a tracked passthrough rule with arguments args for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only rules previously added with addPassthrough can be removed this way. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.removePassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, NOT_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED removeRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → Nothing Remove a rule with priority and arguments args from chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only rules previously added with addRule can be removed this way. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.removeRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, NOT_ENABLED, COMMAND_FAILED removeRules(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Remove all rules from chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct.Methods.removeRules. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE Signals ChainAdded(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) Emitted when chain has been added into table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). ChainRemoved(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) Emitted when chain has been removed from table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). PassthroughAdded(s: ipv, as: args) Emitted when a tracked passthruogh rule with args has been added for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). PassthroughRemoved(s: ipv, as: args) Emitted when a tracked passthrough rule with args has been removed for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). RuleAdded(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) Emitted when a rule with args has been added to chain in table with priority for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). RuleRemoved(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) Emitted when a rule with args has been removed from chain in table with priority for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies Enables firewalld to be able to lock down configuration changes from local applications. Local applications or services are able to change the firewall configuration if they are running as root (example: libvirt). With these operations administrator can lock the firewall configuration so that either none or only applications that are in the whitelist are able to request firewall changes. For permanent configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies interface. Methods addLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → Nothing Add command to whitelist. See command option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistCommand. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → Nothing Add context to whitelist. See selinux option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistContext. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → Nothing Add user id uid to whitelist. See user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistUid. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → Nothing Add user name to whitelist. See user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistUser. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND disableLockdown() → Nothing Disable lockdown. This is a runtime and permanent change. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED enableLockdown() → Nothing Enable lockdown. Be careful - if the calling application/user is not on lockdown whitelist when you enable lockdown you won't be able to disable it again with the application, you would need to edit firewalld.conf. This is a runtime and permanent change. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED getLockdownWhitelistCommands() → as List all command lines (s) that are on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistCommands. getLockdownWhitelistContexts() → as List all contexts (s) that are on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistContexts. getLockdownWhitelistUids() → ai List all user ids (i) that are on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistUids. getLockdownWhitelistUsers() → as List all users (s) that are on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistUsers. queryLockdown() → b Query whether lockdown is enabled. queryLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → b Query whether command is on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistCommand. queryLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → b Query whether context is on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistContext. queryLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → b Query whether user id uid is on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistUid. queryLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → b Query whether user is on whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistUser. removeLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → Nothing Remove command from whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistCommand. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → Nothing Remove context from whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistContext. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → Nothing Remove user id uid from whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistUid. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → Nothing Remove user from whitelist. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistUser. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED Signals LockdownDisabled() Emitted when lockdown has been disabled. LockdownEnabled() Emitted when lockdown has been enabled. LockdownWhitelistCommandAdded(s: command) Emitted when command has been added to whitelist. LockdownWhitelistCommandRemoved(s: command) Emitted when command has been removed from whitelist. LockdownWhitelistContextAdded(s: context) Emitted when context has been added to whitelist. LockdownWhitelistContextRemoved(s: context) Emitted when context has been removed from whitelist. LockdownWhitelistUidAdded(i: uid) Emitted when user id uid has been added to whitelist. LockdownWhitelistUidRemoved(i: uid) Emitted when user id uid has been removed from whitelist. LockdownWhitelistUserAdded(s: user) Emitted when user has been added to whitelist. LockdownWhitelistUserRemoved(s: user) Emitted when user has been removed from whitelist. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone Operations in this interface allows to get, add, remove and query runtime zone's settings. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone interface. Methods addForwardPort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr, i: timeout) → s Add the IPv4 forward port into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. The port can either be a single port number portid or a port range portid-portid. The protocol can either be tcp or udp. The destination address is a simple IP address. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addForwardPort. Returns name of zone to which the forward port was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL, INVALID_ADDR, INVALID_FORWARD, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addIcmpBlock(s: zone, s: icmp, i: timeout) → s Add an ICMP block icmp into zone. The icmp is the one of the icmp types firewalld supports. To get a listing of supported icmp types use org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.listIcmpTypes If zone is empty, use default zone. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addIcmpBlock. Returns name of zone to which the ICMP block was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ICMPTYPE, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addInterface(s: zone, s: interface) → s Bind interface with zone. From now on all traffic going through the interface will respect the zone's settings. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addInterface. Returns name of zone to which the interface was bound. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_INTERFACE, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addMasquerade(s: zone, i: timeout) → s Enable IPv4 masquerade in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. If timeout is non-zero, masquerading will be active for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addMasquerade. Returns name of zone in which the masquerade was enabled. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addPort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, i: timeout) → s Add port into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. The port can either be a single port number or a port range portid-portid. The protocol can either be tcp or udp. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addPort. Returns name of zone to which the port was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addProtocol(s: zone, s: protocol, i: timeout) → s Add protocol into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. The protocol can be any protocol supported by the system. Please have a look at /etc/protocols for supported protocols. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addProtocol. Returns name of zone to which the protocol was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PROTOCOL, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addRichRule(s: zone, s: rule, i: timeout) → s Add rich language rule into zone. For the rich language rule syntax, please have a look at firewalld.direct(5). If zone is empty, use default zone. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addRichRule. Returns name of zone to which the rich language rule was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_RULE, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addService(s: zone, s: service, i: timeout) → s Add service into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. If timeout is non-zero, the operation will be active only for the amount of seconds. To get a list of supported services, use org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.listServices. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addService. Returns name of zone to which the service was added. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_SERVICE, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND addSource(s: zone, s: source) → s Bind source with zone. From now on all traffic going from this source will respect the zone's settings. A source address or address range is either an IP address or a network IP address with a mask for IPv4 or IPv6. For IPv4, the mask can be a network mask or a plain number. For IPv6 the mask is a plain number. Use of host names is not supported. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.addSource. Returns name of zone to which the source was bound. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ADDR, ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND changeZone(s: zone, s: interface) → s This function is deprecated, use org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.changeZoneOfInterface instead. changeZoneOfInterface(s: zone, s: interface) → s Change a zone an interface is bound to to zone. It's basically removeInterface(interface) followed by addInterface(zone, interface). If interface has not been bound to a zone before, it behaves like addInterface. If zone is empty, use default zone. Returns name of zone to which the interface was bound. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, ZONE_ALREADY_SET, ZONE_CONFLICT changeZoneOfSource(s: zone, s: source) → s Change a zone an source is bound to to zone. It's basically removeSource(source) followed by addSource(zone, source). If source has not been bound to a zone before, it behaves like addSource. If zone is empty, use default zone. Returns name of zone to which the source was bound. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, ZONE_ALREADY_SET, ZONE_CONFLICT getActiveZones() → a{sa{sas}} Return dictionary of currently active zones altogether with interfaces and sources used in these zones. Active zones are zones, that have a binding to an interface or source. Return value is a dictionary where keys are zone names (s) and values are again dictionaries where keys are either 'interfaces' or 'sources' and values are arrays of interface names (s) or sources (s). getForwardPorts(s: zone) → aas Return array of IPv4 forward ports previously added into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getForwardPorts. Return value is array of 4-tuples, where each 4-tuple consists of (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr). to-addr might be empty in case of local forwarding. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getIcmpBlocks(s: zone) → as Return array of ICMP type (s) blocks previously added into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getIcmpBlocks. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getInterfaces(s: zone) → as Return array of interfaces (s) previously bound with zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getInterfaces. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getPorts(s: zone) → aas Return array of ports (2-tuple of port and protocol) previously enabled in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getPorts. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getProtocols(s: zone) → as Return array of protocols (s) previously enabled in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getProtocols. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getRichRules(s: zone) → as Return array of rich language rules (s) previously added into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getRichRules. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getServices(s: zone) → as Return array of services (s) previously enabled in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getServices. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getSources(s: zone) → as Return array of sources (s) previously bound with zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For getting permanent settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.getSources. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getZoneOfInterface(s: interface) → s Return name (s) of zone the interface is bound to or empty string. getZoneOfSource(s: source) → s Return name (s) of zone the source is bound to or empty string. getZones() → as Return array of names (s) of predefined zones known to current runtime environment. For list of zones known to permanent environment see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.listZones. The lists (of zones known to runtime and permanent environment) will contain same zones in most cases, but might differ for example if org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.addZone has been called recently, but firewalld has not been reloaded since then. isImmutable(s: zone) → b Deprecated. queryForwardPort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) → b Return whether the IPv4 forward port (port, protocol, toport, toaddr) has been added into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryForwardPort. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL, INVALID_ADDR, INVALID_FORWARD queryIcmpBlock(s: zone, s: icmp) → b Return whether an ICMP block for icmp has been added into zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryIcmpBlock. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ICMPTYPE queryInterface(s: zone, s: interface) → b Query whether interface has been bound to zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryInterface. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_INTERFACE queryMasquerade(s: zone) → b Return whether IPv4 masquerading has been enabled in zone If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryMasquerade. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE queryPort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol) → b Return whether port/protocol has been added in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryPort. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL queryProtocol(s: zone, s: protocol) → b Return whether protocol has been added in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryProtocol. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PROTOCOL queryRichRule(s: zone, s: rule) → b Return whether rich rule rule has been added in zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryRichRule. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_RULE queryService(s: zone, s: service) → b Return whether service has been added for zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.queryService. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_SERVICE querySource(s: zone, s: source) → b Query whether sourcehas been bound to zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.querySource. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ADDR removeForwardPort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) → s Remove IPv4 forward port ((port, protocol, toport, toaddr)) from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeForwardPort. Returns name of zone from which the forward port was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL, INVALID_ADDR, INVALID_FORWARD, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeIcmpBlock(s: zone, s: icmp) → s Remove ICMP block icmp from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeIcmpBlock. Returns name of zone from which the ICMP block was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ICMPTYPE, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeInterface(s: zone, s: interface) → s Remove binding of interface from zone. If zone is empty, the interface will be removed from zone it belongs to. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeInterface. Returns name of zone from which the interface was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_INTERFACE, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeMasquerade(s: zone) → s Disable IPv4 masquerade for zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeMasquerade. Returns name of zone for which the masquerade was disabled. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removePort(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol) → s Remove port/protocol from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removePort. Returns name of zone from which the port was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PORT, MISSING_PROTOCOL, INVALID_PROTOCOL, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeProtocol(s: zone, s: protocol) → s Remove protocol from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeProtocol. Returns name of zone from which the protocol was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_PROTOCOL, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeRichRule(s: zone, s: rule) → s Remove rich language rule from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeRichRule. Returns name of zone from which the rich language rule was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_RULE, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeService(s: zone, s: service) → s Remove service from zone. If zone is empty, use default zone. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeService. Returns name of zone from which the service was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_SERVICE, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND removeSource(s: zone, s: source) → s Remove binding of source from zone. If zone is empty, the source will be removed from zone it belongs to. For permanent operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone.Methods.removeSource. Returns name of zone from which the source was removed. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE, INVALID_ADDR, NOT_ENABLED, INVALID_COMMAND Signals ForwardPortAdded(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr, i: timeout) Emitted when forward port has been added to zone with timeout. ForwardPortRemoved(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) Emitted when forward port has been removed from zone. IcmpBlockAdded(s: zone, s: icmp, i: timeout) Emitted when ICMP block for icmp has been added to zone with timeout. IcmpBlockRemoved(s: zone, s: icmp) Emitted when ICMP block for icmp has been removed from zone. InterfaceAdded(s: zone, s: interface) Emitted when interface has been added to zone. InterfaceRemoved(s: zone, s: interface) Emitted when interface has been removed from zone. MasqueradeAdded(s: zone, i: timeout) Emitted when IPv4 masquerade has been enabled for zone. MasqueradeRemoved(s: zone) Emitted when IPv4 masquerade has been disabled for zone. PortAdded(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol, i: timeout) Emitted when port/protocol has been added to zone with timeout. PortRemoved(s: zone, s: port, s: protocol) Emitted when port/protocol has been removed from zone. ProtocolAdded(s: zone, s: protocol, i: timeout) Emitted when protocol has been added to zone with timeout. ProtocolRemoved(s: zone, s: protocol) Emitted when protocol has been removed from zone. RichRuleAdded(s: zone, s: rule, i: timeout) Emitted when rich language rule has been added to zone with timeout. RichRuleRemoved(s: zone, s: rule) Emitted when rich language rule has been removed from zone. ServiceAdded(s: zone, s: service, i: timeout) Emitted when service has been added to zone with timeout. ServiceRemoved(s: zone, s: service) Emitted when service has been removed from zone. SourceAdded(s: zone, s: source) Emitted when source has been added to zone. SourceRemoved(s: zone, s: source) Emitted when source has been removed from zone. ZoneChanged(s: zone, s: interface) Deprecated ZoneOfInterfaceChanged(s: zone, s: interface) Emitted when a zone an interface is part of has been changed to zone. ZoneOfSourceChanged(s: zone, s: source) Emitted when a zone an source is part of has been changed to zone. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config Allows to permanently add, remove and query zones, services and icmp types. Methods addIPSet(s: ipset, (ssssa{ss}as): settings) → o Add ipset with given settings into permanent configuration. Settings are in format: version, name, description, type, dictionary of options and array of entries. version (s): see version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). type (s): see type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). options (a{ss}): dictionary of {option : value} . See options tag in firewalld.ipset(5). entries (as): array of entries, see entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). Possible errors: NAME_CONFLICT, INVALID_NAME, INVALID_TYPE addIcmpType(s: icmptype, (sssas): settings) → o Add icmptype with given settings into permanent configuration. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of destinations. Returns object path of the new icmp type. version (s): see version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). destinations (as): array, either empty or containing strings 'ipv4' or 'ipv6', see destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). Possible errors: NAME_CONFLICT, INVALID_NAME, INVALID_TYPE addService(s: service, (sssa(ss)asa{ss}as): settings) → o Add service with given settings into permanent configuration. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of ports (port, protocol), array of module names, dictionary of destinations and array of protocols. Returns object path of the new icmp type. version (s): see version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.service(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.service(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). module names (as): array of kernel netfilter helpers, see module tag in firewalld.service(5). destinations (a{ss}): dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: NAME_CONFLICT, INVALID_NAME, INVALID_TYPE addZone(s: zone, (sssbsasa(ss)asba(ssss)asasasas): settings) → o Add zone with given settings into permanent configuration. Settings are in format: version, name, description, UNUSED, target, array of services, array of ports (port, protocol), array of icmp-blocks, masquerade, array of forward-ports (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr), array of interfaces, array of sources, array of rich rules and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.zone(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.zone(5). UNUSED (b): this boolean value is no longer used for anything. target (s): see target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). services (as): array of service names, see service tag in firewalld.zone(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). icmp-blocks (as): array of icmp-blocks. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). masquerade (b): see masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). forward-ports (a(ssss)): array of (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr). See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). interfaces (as): array of interfaces. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). source addresses (as): array of source addresses. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). rich rules (as): array of rich-language rules. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.zone(5). Possible errors: NAME_CONFLICT, INVALID_NAME, INVALID_TYPE getIPSetByName(s: ipset) → o Return object path (permanent configuration) of ipset with given name. Possible errors: INVALID_IPSET getIcmpTypeByName(s: icmptype) → o Return object path (permanent configuration) of icmptype with given name. Possible errors: INVALID_ICMPTYPE getServiceByName(s: service) → o Return object path (permanent configuration) of service with given name. Possible errors: INVALID_SERVICE getZoneByName(s: zone) → o Return object path (permanent configuration) of zone with given name. Possible errors: INVALID_ZONE getZoneOfInterface(s: iface) → s Return name of zone the iface is bound to or empty string. getZoneOfSource(s: source) → s Return name of zone the source is bound to or empty string. listIPSets() → ao Return array of object paths (o) of ipset in permanent configuration. For runtime configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.getIPSets. listIcmpTypes() → ao Return array of object paths (o) of icmp types in permanent configuration. For runtime configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.listIcmpTypes. listServices() → ao Return array of objects paths (o) of services in permanent configuration. For runtime configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.listServices. listZones() → ao List object paths of zones known to permanent environment. For list of zones known to runtime environment see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getZones. The lists (of zones known to runtime and permanent environment) will contain same zones in most cases, but might differ for example if org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.Methods.addZone has been called recently, but firewalld has not been reloaded since then. Signals IcmpTypeAdded(s: icmptype) Emitted when icmptype has been added. ServiceAdded(s: service) Emitted when service has been added. ZoneAdded(s: zone) Emitted when zone has been added. Properties CleanupOnExit - s - (rw) If firewalld stops, it cleans up all firewall rules. Setting this option to no or false leaves the current firewall rules untouched. DefaultZone - s - (ro) Default zone for connections or interfaces if the zone is not selected or specified by NetworkManager, initscripts or command line tool. IPv6_rpfilter - s - (rw) Indicates whether the reverse path filter test on a packet for IPv6 is enabled. If a reply to the packet would be sent via the same interface that the packet arrived on, the packet will match and be accepted, otherwise dropped. Lockdown - s - (rw) If this property is enabled, firewall changes with the D-Bus interface will be limited to applications that are listed in the lockdown whitelist. MinimalMark - i - (rw) For some firewall settings several rules are needed in different tables to be able to handle packets in the correct way. To achieve that these packets are marked using the MARK target. With the MinimalMark property a block of marks can be reserved for private use; only marks over this value are used. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.direct Interface for permanent direct configuration, see also firewalld.direct(5). For runtime direct configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct interface. Methods addChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Add a new chain to table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Make sure there's no other chain with this name already. There already exist basic chains to use with direct methods, for example INPUT_direct chain. These chains are jumped into before chains for zones, i.e. every rule put into INPUT_direct will be checked before rules in zones. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.addChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, ALREADY_ENABLED addPassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → Nothing Add a passthrough rule with the arguments args for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.addPassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, ALREADY_ENABLED addRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → Nothing Add a rule with the arguments args to chain in table with priority for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). The priority is used to order rules. Priority 0 means add rule on top of the chain, with a higher priority the rule will be added further down. Rules with the same priority are on the same level and the order of these rules is not fixed and may change. If you want to make sure that a rule will be added after another one, use a low priority for the first and a higher for the following. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.addRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, ALREADY_ENABLED getAllChains() → a(sss) Get all chains added to all tables in format: ipv, table, chain. This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. Return value is a array of (ipv, table, chain). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getAllChains. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). table (s): one of filter, mangle, nat, raw, security chain (s): name of a chain. getAllPassthroughs() → a(sas) Get all passthrough rules added in all ipv types in format: ipv, rule. This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. Return value is a array of (ipv, array of arguments). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getAllPassthroughs. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getAllRules() → a(sssias) Get all rules added to all chains in all tables in format: ipv, table, chain, priority, rule. This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. Return value is a array of (ipv, table, chain, priority, array of arguments). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getAllRules. ipv (s): either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). table (s): one of filter, mangle, nat, raw, security chain (s): name of a chain. priority (i): used to order rules. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getChains(s: ipv, s: table) → as Return an array of chains (s) added to table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getChains. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE getPassthroughs(s: ipv) → aas Get tracked passthrough rules added in either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. Return value is a array of (array of arguments). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getPassthroughs. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. getRules(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → a(ias) Get all rules added to chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. Return value is a array of (priority, array of arguments). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.getRules. priority (i): used to order rules. arguments (as): array of commands, parameters and other iptables/ip6tables/ebtables command line options. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE getSettings() → (a(sss)a(sssias)a(sas)) Get settings of permanent direct configuration in format: array of chains, array of rules, array of passthroughs. chains (a(sss)): array of (ipv, table, chain), see 'chain' in firewalld.direct(5). . .PP rules (a(sssias)): array of (ipv, table, chain, priority, array of arguments), see 'rule' in firewalld.direct(5). . .PP passthroughs (a(sas)): array of (ipv, array of arguments), see passthrough in firewalld.direct(5). . .sp queryChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → b Return whether a chain exists in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only chains previously added with addChain. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.queryChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE queryPassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → b Return whether a tracked passthrough rule with the arguments args exists for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addPassthrough. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.queryPassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV queryRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → b Return whether a rule with priority and the arguments args exists in chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.queryRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE removeChain(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Remove a chain from table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only chains previously added with addChain can be removed this way. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.removeChain. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, NOT_ENABLED removePassthrough(s: ipv, as: args) → Nothing Remove a passthrough rule with arguments args for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only rules previously added with addPassthrough can be removed this way. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.removePassthrough. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, NOT_ENABLED removeRule(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain, i: priority, as: args) → Nothing Remove a rule with priority and arguments args from chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). Only rules previously added with addRule can be removed this way. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.removeRule. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE, NOT_ENABLED removeRules(s: ipv, s: table, s: chain) → Nothing Remove all rules from chain in table for ipv being either ipv4 (iptables) or ipv6 (ip6tables) or eb (ebtables). This concerns only rules previously added with addRule. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.direct.Methods.removeRules. Possible errors: INVALID_IPV, INVALID_TABLE update((a(sss)a(sssias)a(sas)): settings) → Nothing Update permanent direct configuration with given settings. Settings are in format: array of chains, array of rules, array of passthroughs. chains (a(sss)): array of (ipv, table, chain), see 'chain' in firewalld.direct(5). . .PP rules (a(sssias)): array of (ipv, table, chain, priority, array of arguments), see 'rule' in firewalld.direct(5). . .PP passthroughs (a(sas)): array of (ipv, array of arguments), see passthrough in firewalld.direct(5). . .sp Possible errors: INVALID_TYPE Signals Updated() Emitted when configuration has been updated. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.policies Interface for permanent lockdown-whitelist configuration, see also firewalld.lockdown- whitelist(5). For runtime configuration see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies interface. Methods addLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → Nothing Add command to whitelist. See command option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistCommand. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_TYPE addLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → Nothing Add context to whitelist. See selinux option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistContext. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_TYPE addLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → Nothing Add user id uid to whitelist. See user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistUid. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_TYPE addLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → Nothing Add user name to whitelist. See user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.addLockdownWhitelistUser. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED, INVALID_TYPE getLockdownWhitelist() → (asasasai) Get settings of permanent lockdown-whitelist configuration in format: commands, selinux contexts, users, uids commands (as): see command option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). selinux contexts (as): see selinux option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). users (as): see name attribute of user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). uids (ai): see id attribute of user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). getLockdownWhitelistCommands() → as List all command lines (s) that are on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistCommands. getLockdownWhitelistContexts() → as List all contexts (s) that are on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistContexts. getLockdownWhitelistUids() → ai List all user ids (i) that are on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistUids. getLockdownWhitelistUsers() → as List all users (s) that are on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.getLockdownWhitelistUsers. queryLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → b Query whether command is on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistCommand. queryLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → b Query whether context is on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistContext. queryLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → b Query whether user id uid is on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistUid. queryLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → b Query whether user is on whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.queryLockdownWhitelistUser. removeLockdownWhitelistCommand(s: command) → Nothing Remove command from whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistCommand. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistContext(s: context) → Nothing Remove context from whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistContext. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistUid(i: uid) → Nothing Remove user id uid from whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistUid. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeLockdownWhitelistUser(s: user) → Nothing Remove user from whitelist. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.policies.Methods.removeLockdownWhitelistUser. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED setLockdownWhitelist((asasasai): settings) → Nothing Set permanent lockdown-whitelist configuration to settings. Settings are in format: commands, selinux contexts, users, uids commands (as): see command option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). selinux contexts (as): see selinux option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). users (as): see name attribute of user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). uids (ai): see id attribute of user option in firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5). Possible errors: INVALID_TYPE Signals LockdownWhitelistUpdated() Emitted when permanent lockdown-whitelist configuration has been updated. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.ipset Interface for permanent ipset configuration, see also firewalld.ipset(5). Methods addEntry(s: entry) → Nothing Permanently add entry to list of entries of ipset. See entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.addEntry. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addEntry(s: key, s:value) → Nothing Permanently add (key, value) to the ipset. See option tag in firewalld.ipset(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED getDescription() → s Get description of ipset. See description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). getEntries() → as Get list of entries added to ipset. See entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.getEntries. Possible errors: IPSET_WITH_TIMEOUT getEntries() → a{ss} Get dictionary of options set for ipset. See option tag in firewalld.ipset(5). getSettings() → (ssssa{ss}as) Return permament settings of the ipset. For getting runtime settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.getIPSetSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, type, dictionary of options and array of entries. version (s): see version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). type (s): see type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). options (a{ss}): dictionary of {option : value} . See options tag in firewalld.ipset(5). entries (as): array of entries, see entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). getShort() → s Get name of ipset. See short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). getType() → s Get type of ipset. See type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). getVersion() → s Get version of ipset. See version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). loadDefaults() → Nothing Load default settings for built-in ipset. Possible errors: NO_DEFAULTS queryEntry(s: entry) → b Return whether entry has been added to ipset. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.queryEntry. queryOption(s: key, s:value) → b Return whether (key, value) has been added to options of the ipset. remove() → Nothing Remove not built-in ipset. Possible errors: BUILTIN_IPSET removeEntry(s: entry) → Nothing Permanently remove entry from ipset. See entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.ipset.Methods.removeEntry. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeOption(s: key, s:value) → Nothing Permanently remove (key, value) from the ipset. See option tag in firewalld.ipset(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED rename(s: name) → Nothing Rename not built-in ipset to name. Possible errors: BUILTIN_IPSET setDescription(s: description) → Nothing Permanently set description of ipset to description. See description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). setEntries(as: entries) → Nothing Permanently set list of entries to entries. See entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). setOptions(a{ss}: options) → Nothing Permanently set dict of options to options. See option tag in firewalld.ipset(5). setShort(s: short) → Nothing Permanently set name of ipset to short. See short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). setType(s: type) → Nothing Permanently set type of ipset to type. See type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). setVersion(s: version) → Nothing Permanently set version of ipset to version. See version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). update((ssssa{ss}as): settings) → Nothing Update settings of ipset to settings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, type, dictionary of options and array of entries. version (s): see version attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.ipset(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.ipset(5). type (s): see type attribute of ipset tag in firewalld.ipset(5). options (a{ss}): dictionary of {option : value} . See options tag in firewalld.ipset(5). entries (as): array of entries, see entry tag in firewalld.ipset(5). Possible errors: INVALID_TYPE Signals Removed(s: name) Emitted when ipset with name has been removed. Renamed(s: name) Emitted when ipset has been renamed to name. Updated(s: name) Emitted when ipset with name has been updated. Properties builtin - b - (ro) True if ipset is build-in, false else. default - b - (ro) True if build-in ipset has default settings. False if it has been modified. Always False for not build-in ipsets. filename - s - (ro) Name (including .xml extension) of file where the configuration is stored. name - s - (ro) Name of ipset. path - s - (ro) Path to directory where the ipset configuration is stored. Should be either /usr/lib/firewalld/ipsets or /etc/firewalld/ipsets. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.zone Interface for permanent zone configuration, see also firewalld.zone(5). Methods addForwardPort(s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) → Nothing Permanently add (port, protocol, toport, toaddr) to list of forward ports of zone. See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addForwardPort. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addIcmpBlock(s: icmptype) → Nothing Permanently add icmptype to list of icmp types blocked in zone. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addIcmpBlock. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addInterface(s: interface) → Nothing Permanently add interface to list of interfaces bound to zone. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addInterface. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addMasquerade() → Nothing Permanently enable masquerading in zone. See masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addMasquerade. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addPort(s: port, s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently add (port, protocol) to list of ports of zone. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addPort. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addProtocol(s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently add protocol into zone. The protocol can be any protocol supported by the system. Please have a look at /etc/protocols for supported protocols. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addProtocol. Possible errors: INVALID_PROTOCOL, ALREADY_ENABLED addRichRule(s: rule) → Nothing Permanently add rule to list of rich-language rules in zone. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addRichRule. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addService(s: service) → Nothing Permanently add service to list of services used in zone. See service tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addService. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addSource(s: source) → Nothing Permanently add source to list of source addresses bound to zone. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.addSource. Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED getDescription() → s Get description of zone. See description tag in firewalld.zone(5). getForwardPorts() → a(ssss) Get list of (port, protocol, toport, toaddr) defined in zone. See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getForwardPorts. getIcmpBlocks() → as Get list of icmp type names blocked in zone. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getIcmpBlocks. getInterfaces() → as Get list of interfaces bound to zone. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getInterfaces. getMasquerade() → b Return whether masquerade is enabled in zone. This is the same as queryMasquerade() method. See masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). getPorts() → a(ss) Get list of (port, protocol) defined in zone. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getPorts. getProtocols() → as Return array of protocols (s) previously enabled in zone. For getting runtime settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getProtocols. getRichRules() → as Get list of rich-language rules in zone. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getRichRules. getServices() → as Get list of service names used in zone. See service tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getServices. getSettings() → (sssbsasa(ss)asba(ssss)asasasas) Return permanent settings of given zone. For getting runtime settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.getZoneSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, UNUSED, target, array of services, array of ports (port, protocol), array of icmp-blocks, masquerade, array of forward-ports (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr), array of interfaces, array of sources, array of rich rules and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.zone(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.zone(5). UNUSED (b): this boolean value is no longer used for anything. target (s): see target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). services (as): array of service names, see service tag in firewalld.zone(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). icmp-blocks (as): array of icmp-blocks. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). masquerade (b): see masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). forward-ports (a(ssss)): array of (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr). See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). interfaces (as): array of interfaces. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). source addresses (as): array of source addresses. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). rich rules (as): array of rich-language rules. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.zone(5). getShort() → s Get name of zone. See short tag in firewalld.zone(5). getSources() → as Get list of source addresses bound to zone. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.getSources. getTarget() → s Get target of zone. See target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). getVersion() → s Get version of zone. See version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). loadDefaults() → Nothing Load default settings for built-in zone. Possible errors: NO_DEFAULTS queryForwardPort(s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) → b Return whether (port, protocol, toport, toaddr) is in list of forward ports of zone. See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryForwardPort. queryIcmpBlock(s: icmptype) → b Return whether icmptype is in list of icmp types blocked in zone. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryIcmpBlock. queryInterface(s: interface) → b Return whether interface is in list of interfaces bound to zone. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryInterface. queryMasquerade() → b Return whether masquerade is enabled in zone. This is the same as getMasquerade() method. See masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryMasquerade. queryPort(s: port, s: protocol) → b Return whether (port, protocol) is in list of ports of zone. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryPort. queryProtocol(s: protocol) → b Return whether protocol has been added in zone. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryProtocol. Possible errors: INVALID_PROTOCOL queryRichRule(s: rule) → b Return whether rule is in list of rich-language rules in zone. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryRichRule. queryService(s: service) → b Return whether service is in list of services used in zone. See service tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.queryService. querySource(s: source) → b Return whether source is in list of source addresses bound to zone. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.querySource. remove() → Nothing Remove not built-in zone. Possible errors: BUILTIN_ZONE removeForwardPort(s: port, s: protocol, s: toport, s: toaddr) → Nothing Permanently remove (port, protocol, toport, toaddr) from list of forward ports of zone. See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeForwardPort. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeIcmpBlock(s: icmptype) → Nothing Permanently remove icmptype from list of icmp types blocked in zone. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeIcmpBlock. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeInterface(s: interface) → Nothing Permanently remove interface from list of interfaces bound to zone. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeInterface. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeMasquerade() → Nothing Permanently disable masquerading in zone. See masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeMasquerade. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removePort(s: port, s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently remove (port, protocol) from list of ports of zone. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removePort. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeProtocol(s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently remove protocol from zone. For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeProtocol. Possible errors: INVALID_PROTOCOL, NOT_ENABLED removeRichRule(s: rule) → Nothing Permanently remove rule from list of rich-language rules in zone. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeRichRule. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeService(s: service) → Nothing Permanently remove service from list of services used in zone. See service tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeService. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeSource(s: source) → Nothing Permanently remove source from list of source addresses bound to zone. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). For runtime operation see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.zone.Methods.removeSource. Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED rename(s: name) → Nothing Rename not built-in zone to name. Possible errors: BUILTIN_ZONE setDescription(s: description) → Nothing Permanently set description of zone to description. See description tag in firewalld.zone(5). setForwardPorts(a(ssss): ports) → Nothing Permanently set forward ports of zone to list of (port, protocol, toport, toaddr). See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). setIcmpBlocks(as: icmptypes) → Nothing Permanently set list of icmp types blocked in zone to icmptypes. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). setInterfaces(as: interfaces) → Nothing Permanently set list of interfaces bound to zone to interfaces. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). setMasquerade(b: masquerade) → Nothing Permanently set masquerading in zone to masquerade. See masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). setPorts(a(ss): ports) → Nothing Permanently set ports of zone to list of (port, protocol). See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). setProtocols(as: protocols) → Nothing Permanently set list of protocols used in zone to protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.zone(5). setRichRules(as: rules) → Nothing Permanently set list of rich-language rules to rules. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). setServices(as: services) → Nothing Permanently set list of services used in zone to services. See service tag in firewalld.zone(5). setShort(s: short) → Nothing Permanently set name of zone to short. See short tag in firewalld.zone(5). setSources(as: sources) → Nothing Permanently set list of source addresses bound to zone to sources. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). setTarget(s: target) → Nothing Permanently set target of zone to target. See target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). setVersion(s: version) → Nothing Permanently set version of zone to version. See version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). update((sssbsasa(ss)asba(ssss)asasasas): settings) → Nothing Update settings of zone to settings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, UNUSED, target, array of services, array of ports (port, protocol), array of icmp-blocks, masquerade, array of forward-ports (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr), array of interfaces, array of sources, array of rich rules and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.zone(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.zone(5). UNUSED (b): this boolean value is no longer used for anything. target (s): see target attribute of zone tag in firewalld.zone(5). services (as): array of service names, see service tag in firewalld.zone(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.zone(5). icmp-blocks (as): array of icmp-blocks. See icmp-block tag in firewalld.zone(5). masquerade (b): see masquerade tag in firewalld.zone(5). forward-ports (a(ssss)): array of (port, protocol, to-port, to-addr). See forward-port tag in firewalld.zone(5). interfaces (as): array of interfaces. See interface tag in firewalld.zone(5). source addresses (as): array of source addresses. See source tag in firewalld.zone(5). rich rules (as): array of rich-language rules. See rule tag in firewalld.zone(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.zone(5). Possible errors: INVALID_TYPE Signals Removed(s: name) Emitted when zone with name has been removed. Renamed(s: name) Emitted when zone has been renamed to name. Updated(s: name) Emitted when zone with name has been updated. Properties builtin - b - (ro) True if zone is build-in, false else. default - b - (ro) True if build-in zone has default settings. False if it has been modified. Always False for not build-in zones. filename - s - (ro) Name (including .xml extension) of file where the configuration is stored. name - s - (ro) Name of zone. path - s - (ro) Path to directory where the zone configuration is stored. Should be either /usr/lib/firewalld/zones or /etc/firewalld/zones. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.service Interface for permanent service configuration, see also firewalld.service(5). Methods addModule(s: module) → Nothing Permanently add module to list of modules (netfilter kernel helpers) used in service. See module tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addPort(s: port, s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently add (port, protocol) to list of ports in service. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED addProtocol(s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently add protocol into zone. The protocol can be any protocol supported by the system. Please have a look at /etc/protocols for supported protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: INVALID_PROTOCOL, ALREADY_ENABLED getDescription() → s Get description of service. See description tag in firewalld.service(5). getDestination(s: family) → s Get destination for IP family being either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED getDestinations() → a{ss} Get list of destinations. Return value is a dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). getModules() → as Get list of modules (netfilter kernel helpers) used in service. See module tag in firewalld.service(5). getPorts() → a(ss) Get list of (port, protocol) defined in service. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). getProtocols() → as Return array of protocols (s) defined in service. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). getSettings() → (sssa(ss)asa{ss}as) Return permanent settings of a service. For getting runtime settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.getServiceSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of ports (port, protocol), array of module names, dictionary of destinations and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.service(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.service(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). module names (as): array of kernel netfilter helpers, see module tag in firewalld.service(5). destinations (a{ss}): dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). getShort() → s Get name of service. See short tag in firewalld.service(5). getVersion() → s Get version of service. See version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). loadDefaults() → Nothing Load default settings for built-in service. Possible errors: NO_DEFAULTS queryDestination(s: family, s: address) → b Return whether a destination is in dictionary of destinations of this service. destination is in format: (IP family, IP address) where IP family can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). queryModule(s: module) → b Return whether module is in list of modules (netfilter kernel helpers) used in service. See module tag in firewalld.service(5). queryPort(s: port, s: protocol) → b Return whether (port, protocol) is in list of ports in service. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). queryProtocol(s: protocol) → b Return whether protocol is in list of protocols in service. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). remove() → Nothing Remove not built-in service. Possible errors: BUILTIN_SERVICE removeDestination(s: family) → Nothing Permanently remove a destination with family ('ipv4' or 'ipv6') from service. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeModule(s: module) → Nothing Permanently remove module from list of modules (netfilter kernel helpers) used in service. See module tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removePort(s: port, s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently remove (port, protocol) from list of ports in service. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED removeProtocol(s: protocol) → Nothing Permanently remove protocol from list of protocols in service. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED rename(s: name) → Nothing Rename not built-in service to name. Possible errors: BUILTIN_SERVICE setDescription(s: description) → Nothing Permanently set description of service to description. See description tag in firewalld.service(5). setDestination(s: family, s: address) → Nothing Permanently set a destination address. destination is in format: (IP family, IP address) where IP family can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED setDestinations(a{ss}: destinations) → Nothing Permanently set destinations of service to destinations, which is a dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). setModules(as: modules) → Nothing Permanently set list of modules (netfilter kernel helpers) used in service to modules. See module tag in firewalld.service(5). setPorts(a(ss): ports) → Nothing Permanently set ports of service to list of (port, protocol). See port tag in firewalld.service(5). setProtocols(as: protocols) → Nothing Permanently set protocols of service to list of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). setShort(s: short) → Nothing Permanently set name of service to short. See short tag in firewalld.service(5). setVersion(s: version) → Nothing Permanently set version of service to version. See version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). update((sssa(ss)asa{ss}as): settings) → Nothing Update settings of service to settings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of ports (port, protocol), array of module names, dictionary of destinations and array of protocols. version (s): see version attribute of service tag in firewalld.service(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.service(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.service(5). ports (a(ss)): array of port and protocol pairs. See port tag in firewalld.service(5). module names (as): array of kernel netfilter helpers, see module tag in firewalld.service(5). destinations (a{ss}): dictionary of {IP family : IP address} where 'IP family' key can be either 'ipv4' or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.service(5). protocols (as): array of protocols. See protocol tag in firewalld.service(5). Possible errors: INVALID_TYPE Signals Removed(s: name) Emitted when service with name has been removed. Renamed(s: name) Emitted when service has been renamed to name. Updated(s: name) Emitted when service with name has been updated. Properties builtin - b - (ro) True if service is build-in, false else. default - b - (ro) True if build-in service has default settings. False if it has been modified. Always False for not build-in services. filename - s - (ro) Name (including .xml extension) of file where the configuration is stored. name - s - (ro) Name of service. path - s - (ro) Path to directory where the configuration is stored. Should be either /usr/lib/firewalld/services or /etc/firewalld/services. org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.config.icmptype Interface for permanent icmp type configuration, see also firewalld.icmptype(5). Methods addDestination(s: destination) → Nothing Permanently add a destination ('ipv4' or 'ipv6') to list of destinations of this icmp type. See destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). Possible errors: ALREADY_ENABLED getDescription() → s Get description of icmp type. See description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). getDestinations() → as Get list of destinations. See destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). getSettings() → (sssas) Return permanent settings of icmp type. For getting runtime settings see org.fedoraproject.FirewallD1.Methods.getIcmpTypeSettings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of destinations. version (s): see version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). destinations (as): array, either empty or containing strings 'ipv4' and/or 'ipv6', see destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). getShort() → s Get name of icmp type. See short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). getVersion() → s Get version of icmp type. See version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). loadDefaults() → Nothing Load default settings for built-in icmp type. Possible errors: NO_DEFAULTS queryDestination(s: destination) → b Return whether a destination ('ipv4' or 'ipv6') is in list of destinations of this icmp type. See destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). remove() → Nothing Remove not built-in icmp type. Possible errors: BUILTIN_ICMPTYPE removeDestination(s: destination) → Nothing Permanently remove a destination ('ipv4' or 'ipv6') from list of destinations of this icmp type. See destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). Possible errors: NOT_ENABLED rename(s: name) → Nothing Rename not built-in icmp type to name. Possible errors: BUILTIN_ICMPTYPE setDescription(s: description) → Nothing Permanently set description of icmp type to description. See description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). setDestinations(as: destinations) → Nothing Permanently set destinations of icmp type to destinations, which is array, either empty or containing strings 'ipv4' and/or 'ipv6'. See destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). setShort(s: short) → Nothing Permanently set name of icmp type to short. See short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). setVersion(s: version) → Nothing Permanently set version of icmp type to version. See version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). update((sssas): settings) → Nothing Update permanent settings of icmp type to settings. Settings are in format: version, name, description, array of destinations. version (s): see version attribute of icmptype tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). name (s): see short tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). description (s): see description tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). destinations (as): array, either empty or containing strings 'ipv4' and/or 'ipv6', see destination tag in firewalld.icmptype(5). Signals Removed(s: name) Emitted when icmp type with name has been removed. Renamed(s: name) Emitted when icmp type has been renamed to name. Updated(s: name) Emitted when icmp type with name has been updated. Properties builtin - b - (ro) True if icmptype is build-in, false else. default - b - (ro) True if build-in icmp type has default settings. False if it has been modified. Always False for not build-in zones. filename - s - (ro) Name (including .xml extension) of file where the configuration is stored. name - s - (ro) Name of icmp type. path - s - (ro) Path to directory where the icmp type configuration is stored. Should be either /usr/lib/firewalld/icmptypes or /etc/firewalld/icmptypes.
SEE ALSO firewall-applet(1), firewalld(1), firewall-cmd(1), firewall-config(1), firewalld.conf(5), firewalld.direct(5), firewalld.icmptype(5), firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5), firewall- offline-cmd(1), firewalld.richlanguage(5), firewalld.service(5), firewalld.zone(5), firewalld.zones(5)
NOTES firewalld home page: http://www.firewalld.org More documentation with examples: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD
AUTHORS Thomas Woerner <@redhat.com> Developer Jiri Popelka <@redhat.com> Developer
firewalld 0.4.0 FIREWALLD.DBUS(5)
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refer to firewall-applet(1) | firewall-cmd(1) | firewall-config(1) | firewalld(1) | firewalld.conf(5) | firewalld.direct(5) | firewalld.icmptype(5) | firewalld.ipset(5) | firewalld.lockdown-whitelist(5) | firewalld.richlanguage(5) | firewalld.service(5) | firewalld.zone(5) | firewalld.zones(5)