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PROGRAM:

NAME


firewall-offline-cmd - firewalld offline command line client

SYNOPSIS


firewall-offline-cmd [OPTIONS...]

DESCRIPTION


firewall-offline-cmd is an offline command line client of the firewalld daemon. It should
be used only if the firewalld service is not running. For example to migrate from
system-config-firewall/lokkit or in the install environment to configure firewall settings
with kickstart.

Some lokkit options can not be automatically converted for firewalld, they will result in
an error or warning message. This tool tries to convert as much as possible, but there are
limitations for example with custom rules, modules and masquerading.

Check the firewall configuration after using this tool.

OPTIONS


If no options are given, configuration from /etc/sysconfig/system-config-firewall will be
migrated.

The following options are supported:

Help Options
-h, --help
Prints a short help text and exists.

Status Options
--enabled
Enable the firewall. This option is a default option and will activate the firewall if
not already enabled as long as the option --disabled is not given.

--disabled
Disable the firewall by disabling the firewalld service.

Lokkit Compatibility Options
These options are nearly identical to the options of lokkit.

--addmodule=module
This option will result in a warning message and will be ignored.

Handling of netfilter helpers has been merged into services completely. Adding or
removing netfilter helpers outside of services is therefore not needed anymore. For
more information on handling netfilter helpers in services, please have a look at
firewalld.zone(5).

--removemodule
This option will result in a warning message and will be ignored.

Handling of netfilter helpers has been merged into services completely. Adding or
removing netfilter helpers outside of services is therefore not needed anymore. For
more information on handling netfilter helpers in services, please have a look at
firewalld.zone(5).

--remove-service=service
Remove a service from the default zone. This option can be specified multiple times.

The service is one of the firewalld provided services. To get a list of the supported
services, use firewall-cmd --get-services.

-s service, --service=service
Add a service to the default zone. This option can be specified multiple times.

The service is one of the firewalld provided services. To get a list of the supported
services, use firewall-cmd --get-services.

-p portid[-portid]:protocol, --port=portid[-portid]:protocol
Add the port to the default zone. This option can be specified multiple times.

The port can either be a single port number or a port range portid-portid. The
protocol can either be tcp or udp.

-t interface, --trust=interface
This option will result in a warning message.

Mark an interface as trusted. This option can be specified multiple times. The
interface will be bound to the trusted zone.

If the interface is used in a NetworkManager managed connection or if there is an
ifcfg file for this interface, the zone will be changed to the zone defined in the
configuration as soon as it gets activated. To change the zone of a connection use
nm-connection-editor and set the zone to trusted, for an ifcfg file, use an editor and
add "ZONE=trusted". If the zone is not defined in the ifcfg file, the firewalld
default zone will be used.

-m interface, --masq=interface
This option will result in a warning message.

Masquerading will be enabled in the default zone. The interface argument will be
ignored. This is for IPv4 only.

--custom-rules=[type:][table:]filename
This option will result in a warning message and will be ignored.

Custom rule files are not supported by firewalld.

--forward-port=if=interface:port=port:proto=protocol[:toport=destination
port:][:toaddr=destination address]
This option will result in a warning message.

Add the IPv4 forward port in the default zone. This option can be specified multiple
times.

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 an IP address.

--block-icmp=icmptype
This option will result in a warning message.

Add an ICMP block for icmptype in the default zone. This option can be specified
multiple times.

The icmptype is the one of the icmp types firewalld supports. To get a listing of
supported icmp types: firewall-cmd --get-icmptypes

Zone Options
--get-default-zone
Print default zone for connections and interfaces.

--set-default-zone=zone
Set default zone for connections and interfaces where no zone has been selected.
Setting the default zone changes the zone for the connections or interfaces, that are
using the default zone.

--get-zones
Print predefined zones as a space separated list.

--get-services
Print predefined services as a space separated list.

--get-icmptypes
Print predefined icmptypes as a space separated list.

--get-zone-of-interface=interface
Print the name of the zone the interface is bound to or no zone.

--get-zone-of-source=source[/mask]
Print the name of the zone the source[/mask] is bound to or no zone.

--info-zone=zone
Print information about the zone zone. The output format is:

zone
interfaces: interface1 ..
sources: source1 ..
services: service1 ..
ports: port1 ..
protocols: protocol1 ..
forward-ports:
forward-port1
..
icmp-blocks: icmp-type1 ..
rich rules:
rich-rule1
..

--list-all-zones
List everything added for or enabled in all zones. The output format is:

zone1
interfaces: interface1 ..
sources: source1 ..
services: service1 ..
ports: port1 ..
protocols: protocol1 ..
forward-ports:
forward-port1
..
icmp-blocks: icmp-type1 ..
rich rules:
rich-rule1
..
..

--new-zone=zone
Add a new permanent zone.

--delete-zone=zone
Delete an existing permanent zone.

--zone=zone --get-target
Get the target of a permanent zone.

--zone=zone --set-target=zone
Set the target of a permanent zone.

Options to Adapt and Query Zones
Options in this section affect only one particular zone. If used with --zone=zone option,
they affect the zone zone. If the option is omitted, they affect default zone (see
--get-default-zone).

[--zone=zone] --list-all
List everything added for or enabled in zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be
used.

[--zone=zone] --list-services
List services added for zone as a space separated list. If zone is omitted, default
zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-service=service
Add a service for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used. This option can
be specified multiple times.

The service is one of the firewalld provided services. To get a list of the supported
services, use firewall-cmd --get-services.

[--zone=zone] --remove-service-from-zone=service
Remove a service from zone. This option can be specified multiple times. If zone is
omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --query-service=service
Return whether service has been added for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will
be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --list-ports
List ports added for zone as a space separated list. A port is of the form
portid[-portid]/protocol, it can be either a port and protocol pair or a port range
with a protocol. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Add the port for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used. This option can
be specified multiple times.

The port can either be a single port number or a port range portid-portid. The
protocol can either be tcp or udp.

[--zone=zone] --remove-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Remove the port from zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used. This option
can be specified multiple times.

[--zone=zone] --query-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Return whether the port has been added for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will
be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --list-protocols
List protocols added for zone as a space separated list. If zone is omitted, default
zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-protocol=protocol
Add the protocol for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used. This option
can be specified multiple times. If a timeout is supplied, the rule will be active for
the specified amount of time and will be removed automatically afterwards. timeval is
either a number (of seconds) or number followed by one of characters s (seconds), m
(minutes), h (hours), for example 20m or 1h.

The protocol can be any protocol supported by the system. Please have a look at
/etc/protocols for supported protocols.

[--zone=zone] --remove-protcol=protocol
Remove the protocol from zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used. This
option can be specified multiple times.

[--zone=zone] --query-protocol=protocol
Return whether the protocol has been added for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone
will be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --list-icmp-blocks
List Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) type blocks added for zone as a space
separated list. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-icmp-block=icmptype
Add an ICMP block for icmptype for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be
used. This option can be specified multiple times.

The icmptype is the one of the icmp types firewalld supports. To get a listing of
supported icmp types: firewall-cmd --get-icmptypes

[--zone=zone] --remove-icmp-block=icmptype
Remove the ICMP block for icmptype from zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be
used. This option can be specified multiple times.

[--zone=zone] --query-icmp-block=icmptype
Return whether an ICMP block for icmptype has been added for zone. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --list-forward-ports
List IPv4 forward ports added for zone as a space separated list. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used.

For IPv6 forward ports, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone]
--add-forward-port=port=portid[-portid]:proto=protocol[:toport=portid[-portid]][:toaddr=address[/mask]]
Add the IPv4 forward port for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.
This option can be specified multiple times.

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.

For IPv6 forward ports, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone]
--remove-forward-port=port=portid[-portid]:proto=protocol[:toport=portid[-portid]][:toaddr=address[/mask]]
Remove the IPv4 forward port from zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.
This option can be specified multiple times.

For IPv6 forward ports, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone]
--query-forward-port=port=portid[-portid]:proto=protocol[:toport=portid[-portid]][:toaddr=address[/mask]]
Return whether the IPv4 forward port has been added for zone. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

For IPv6 forward ports, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone] --add-masquerade
Enable IPv4 masquerade for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.
Masquerading is useful if the machine is a router and machines connected over an
interface in another zone should be able to use the first connection.

For IPv6 masquerading, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone] --remove-masquerade
Disable IPv4 masquerade for zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

For IPv6 masquerading, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone] --query-masquerade
Return whether IPv4 masquerading has been enabled for zone. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

For IPv6 masquerading, please use the rich language.

[--zone=zone] --list-rich-rules
List rich language rules added for zone as a newline separated list. If zone is
omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-rich-rule='rule'
Add rich language rule 'rule' for zone. This option can be specified multiple times.
If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

For the rich language rule syntax, please have a look at firewalld.richlanguage(5).

[--zone=zone] --remove-rich-rule='rule'
Remove rich language rule 'rule' from zone. This option can be specified multiple
times. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

For the rich language rule syntax, please have a look at firewalld.richlanguage(5).

[--zone=zone] --query-rich-rule='rule'
Return whether a rich language rule 'rule' has been added for zone. If zone is
omitted, default zone will be used. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

For the rich language rule syntax, please have a look at firewalld.richlanguage(5).

Options to Handle Bindings of Interfaces
Binding an interface to a zone means that this zone settings are used to restrict traffic
via the interface.

Options in this section affect only one particular zone. If used with --zone=zone option,
they affect the zone zone. If the option is omitted, they affect default zone (see
--get-default-zone).

For a list of predefined zones use firewall-cmd --get-zones.

An interface name is a string up to 16 characters long, that may not contain ' ', '/', '!'
and '*'.

[--zone=zone] --list-interfaces
List interfaces that are bound to zone zone as a space separated list. If zone is
omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-interface=interface
Bind interface interface to zone zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --change-interface=interface
Change zone the interface interface is bound to to zone zone. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used. If old and new zone are the same, the call will be ignored
without an error. If the interface has not been bound to a zone before, it will behave
like --add-interface.

[--zone=zone] --query-interface=interface
Query whether interface interface is bound to zone zone. Returns 0 if true, 1
otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --remove-interface=interface
Remove binding of interface interface from zone zone. If zone is omitted, default zone
will be used.

Options to Handle Bindings of Sources
Binding a source to a zone means that this zone settings will be used to restrict traffic
from this source.

A source address or address range is either an IP address or a network IP address with a
mask for IPv4 or IPv6 or a MAC address (no mask). For IPv4, the mask can be a network mask
or a plain number. For IPv6 the mask is a plain number. The use of host names is not
supported.

Options in this section affect only one particular zone. If used with --zone=zone option,
they affect the zone zone. If the option is omitted, they affect default zone (see
--get-default-zone).

For a list of predefined zones use firewall-cmd --get-zones.

[--zone=zone] --list-sources
List sources that are bound to zone zone as a space separated list. If zone is
omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --add-source=source[/mask]
Bind source source[/mask] to zone zone. If zone is omitted, default zone will be used.

[--zone=zone] --change-source=source[/mask]
Change zone the source source[/mask] is bound to to zone zone. If zone is omitted,
default zone will be used. If old and new zone are the same, the call will be ignored
without an error. If the source has not been bound to a zone before, it will behave
like --add-source.

[--zone=zone] --query-source=source[/mask]
Query whether the source source[/mask] is bound to the zone zone. Returns 0 if true, 1
otherwise.

[--zone=zone] --remove-source=source[/mask]
Remove binding of source source[/mask] from zone zone. If zone is omitted, default
zone will be used.

IPSet Options
--new-ipset=ipset --type=ipset type [--option=ipset option[=value]]
Add a new permanent ipset with specifying the type and optional options.

--delete-ipset=ipset
Delete an existing permanent ipset.

--info-ipset=ipset
Print information about the ipset ipset. The output format is:

ipset
type: type
options: option1[=value1] ..
entries: entry1 ..

--get-ipsets
Print predefined ipsets as a space separated list.

--ipset=ipset --add-entry=entry
Add a new entry to the ipset.

--ipset=ipset --remove-entry=entry
Remove an entry from the ipset.

--ipset=ipset --query-entry=entry
Return whether the entry has been added to an ipset. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

--ipset=ipset --get-entries
List all entries of the ipset.

Service Options
--info-service=service
Print information about the service service. The output format is:

service
ports: port1 ..
protocols: protocol1 ..
modules: module1 ..
destination: ipv1:address1 ..

--new-service=service
Add a new permanent service.

--delete-service=service
Delete an existing permanent service.

--service=service --add-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Add a new port to the permanent service.

--service=service --remove-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Remove a port from the permanent service.

--service=service --query-port=portid[-portid]/protocol
Return wether the port has been added to the permanent service.

--service=service --get-ports
List ports added to the permanent service.

--service=service --add-protocol=protocol
Add a new protocol to the permanent service.

--service=service --remove-protocol=protocol
Remove a protocol from the permanent service.

--service=service --query-protocol=protocol
Return wether the protocol has been added to the permanent service.

--service=service --get-protocols
List protocols added to the permanent service.

--service=service --add-module=module
Add a new module to the permanent service.

--service=service --remove-module=module
Remove a module from the permanent service.

--service=service --query-module=module
Return wether the module has been added to the permanent service.

--service=service --get-modules
List modules added to the permanent service.

--service=service --add-destination=ipv:address[/mask]
Set destination for ipv to address[/mask] in the permanent service.

--service=service --remove-destination=ipv
Remove the destination for ipv from the permanent service.

--service=service --query-destination=ipv:address[/mask]
Return wether the destination ipv to address[/mask] has been set in the permanent
service.

--service=service --get-destinations
List destinations added to the permanent service.

Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) type Options
--info-icmptype=icmptype
Print information about the icmptype icmptype. The output format is:

icmptype
destination: ipv1 ..

--new-icmptype=icmptype
Add a new permanent icmptype.

--delete-icmptype=icmptype
Delete an existing permanent icmptype.

--icmptype=icmptype --add-destination=ipv
Enable destination for ipv in permanent icmptype. ipv is one of ipv4 or ipv6.

--icmptype=icmptype --remove-destination=ipv
Disable destination for ipv in permanent icmptype. ipv is one of ipv4 or ipv6.

--icmptype=icmptype --query-destination=ipv
Return whether destination for ipv is enabled in permanent icmptype. ipv is one of
ipv4 or ipv6.

--icmptype=icmptype --get-destinations
List destinations in permanent icmptype.

Direct Options
The direct options give a more direct access to the firewall. These options require user
to know basic iptables concepts, i.e. table (filter/mangle/nat/...), chain
(INPUT/OUTPUT/FORWARD/...), commands (-A/-D/-I/...), parameters (-p/-s/-d/-j/...) and
targets (ACCEPT/DROP/REJECT/...).

Direct options should be used only as a last resort when it's not possible to use for
example --add-service=service or --add-rich-rule='rule'.

The first argument of each option has to be ipv4 or ipv6 or eb. With ipv4 it will be for
IPv4 (iptables(8)), with ipv6 for IPv6 (ip6tables(8)) and with eb for ethernet bridges
(ebtables(8)).

--direct --get-all-chains
Get all chains added to all tables.

This option concerns only chains previously added with --direct --add-chain.

--direct --get-chains { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table
Get all chains added to table table as a space separated list.

This option concerns only chains previously added with --direct --add-chain.

--direct --add-chain { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain
Add a new chain with name chain to table table.

There already exist basic chains to use with direct options, for example INPUT_direct
chain (see iptables-save | grep direct output for all of them). These chains are
jumped into before chains for zones, i.e. every rule put into INPUT_direct will be
checked before rules in zones.

--direct --remove-chain { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain
Remove the chain with name chain from table table.

--direct --query-chain { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain
Return whether a chain with name chain exists in table table. Returns 0 if true, 1
otherwise.

This option concerns only chains previously added with --direct --add-chain.

--direct --get-all-rules
Get all rules added to all chains in all tables as a newline separated list of the
priority and arguments.

--direct --get-rules { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain
Get all rules added to chain chain in table table as a newline separated list of the
priority and arguments.

--direct --add-rule { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain priority args
Add a rule with the arguments args to chain chain in table table with priority
priority.

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.

--direct --remove-rule { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain priority args
Remove a rule with priority and the arguments args from chain chain in table table.

--direct --remove-rules { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain
Remove all rules in the chain with name chain exists in table table.

This option concerns only rules previously added with --direct --add-rule in this
chain.

--direct --query-rule { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } table chain priority args
Return whether a rule with priority and the arguments args exists in chain chain in
table table. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

--direct --get-all-passthroughs
Get all permanent passthrough as a newline separated list of the ipv value and
arguments.

--direct --get-passthroughs { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb }
Get all permanent passthrough rules for the ipv value as a newline separated list of
the priority and arguments.

--direct --add-passthrough { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } args
Add a permanent passthrough rule with the arguments args for the ipv value.

--direct --remove-passthrough { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } args
Remove a permanent passthrough rule with the arguments args for the ipv value.

--direct --query-passthrough { ipv4 | ipv6 | eb } args
Return whether a permanent passthrough rule with the arguments args exists for the ipv
value. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

Lockdown Options
Local applications or services are able to change the firewall configuration if they are
running as root (example: libvirt) or are authenticated using PolicyKit. With this feature
administrators can lock the firewall configuration so that only applications on lockdown
whitelist are able to request firewall changes.

The lockdown access check limits D-Bus methods that are changing firewall rules. Query,
list and get methods are not limited.

The lockdown feature is a very light version of user and application policies for
firewalld and is turned off by default.

--lockdown-on
Enable lockdown. Be careful - if firewall-cmd is not on lockdown whitelist when you
enable lockdown you won't be able to disable it again with firewall-cmd, you would
need to edit firewalld.conf.

--lockdown-off
Disable lockdown.

--query-lockdown
Query whether lockdown is enabled. Returns 0 if lockdown is enabled, 1 otherwise.

Lockdown Whitelist Options
The lockdown whitelist can contain commands, contexts, users and user ids.

If a command entry on the whitelist ends with an asterisk '*', then all command lines
starting with the command will match. If the '*' is not there the absolute command
inclusive arguments must match.

Commands for user root and others is not always the same. Example: As root
/bin/firewall-cmd is used, as a normal user /usr/bin/firewall-cmd is be used on Fedora.

The context is the security (SELinux) context of a running application or service. To get
the context of a running application use ps -e --context.

Warning: If the context is unconfined, then this will open access for more than the
desired application.

The lockdown whitelist entries are checked in the following order:
1. context
2. uid
3. user
4. command

--list-lockdown-whitelist-commands
List all command lines that are on the whitelist.

--add-lockdown-whitelist-command=command
Add the command to the whitelist.

--remove-lockdown-whitelist-command=command
Remove the command from the whitelist.

--query-lockdown-whitelist-command=command
Query whether the command is on the whitelist. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

--list-lockdown-whitelist-contexts
List all contexts that are on the whitelist.

--add-lockdown-whitelist-context=context
Add the context context to the whitelist.

--remove-lockdown-whitelist-context=context
Remove the context from the whitelist.

--query-lockdown-whitelist-context=context
Query whether the context is on the whitelist. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

--list-lockdown-whitelist-uids
List all user ids that are on the whitelist.

--add-lockdown-whitelist-uid=uid
Add the user id uid to the whitelist.

--remove-lockdown-whitelist-uid=uid
Remove the user id uid from the whitelist.

--query-lockdown-whitelist-uid=uid
Query whether the user id uid is on the whitelist. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

--list-lockdown-whitelist-users
List all user names that are on the whitelist.

--add-lockdown-whitelist-user=user
Add the user name user to the whitelist.

--remove-lockdown-whitelist-user=user
Remove the user name user from the whitelist.

--query-lockdown-whitelist-user=user
Query whether the user name user is on the whitelist. Returns 0 if true, 1 otherwise.

Policy Options
--policy-server
Change Polkit actions to 'server' (more restricted)

--policy-desktop
Change Polkit actions to 'desktop' (less restricted)

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