Esmith::FormMagick::Panel::portforwarding

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NAME

esmith::FormMagick::Panels::portforwarding - useful panel functions

In a root terminal you can do the command below if you want to display the up-to-date content

perldoc esmith::FormMagick::Panels::portforwarding

SYNOPSIS

          use esmith::FormMagick::Panels::portforwarding

          my $panel = esmith::FormMagick::Panel::portforwarding->new();
          $panel->display();

DESCRIPTION

This module is the backend to the portforwarding panel, responsible for supplying all functions used by that panel. It is a subclass of esmith::FormMagick itself, so it inherits the functionality of a FormMagick object.

new

This is the class constructor.

show_port_forwards

This method displays the data on currently forwarded ports on the system.

validate_source_port

This method validates the source port field in the new port forward page.

detect_collision

This method looks for a collision between two ports or port ranges.

validate_destination_port

This method validates the destination port field in the new port forward page.

isValidPort

Test for a valid port. FIXME: Remove this when 5.6 is no longer supported, and use esmith::util::network::isValidPort instead.

validate_destination_host

The purpose of this method is to validate the destination host field in the new port forward page.

validate_allowed_hosts

display_summary_create

This is a wrapper for the display_summary method, to call it in create mode.

display_summary_remove

This is a wrapper for the display_summary method, to call it in remove mode.

display_create_summary

This method’s purpose is to display a summary of the rule about to be added.

remove_rule

This method is a remove wrapper for the modify method.

create_new

This method is a create wrapper for the modify method.

modify

This method’s purpose is to add or remove rules from the database, and then cause the firewall rules to update.

get_destination_host

Get the ’destination_host’ parameter, and fold it to ’localhost’ if it matches any local interface IP address.