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Control Ubuntu iptables from Windows host

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 24, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Hello. I am writing an application, that will control the routing on ubuntu iptables firewall. I need a reliable way to execute commands on linux machine, but instantiate these commands from my .net code on Windows machine. Which mechanism can you advise? Or should I write a second mono app, that my main app will comunicate with, and the mono app will issue commands locally?

Thank you in advance for a tip.

Max Pavlov http://maxpavlov.com

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