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as always, thanks for helping with my issues.
I have been studying firewalld lately, here is an issue i have not been able to figure out.
- All interfaces by default are added to the default zone. In my case, the "public" zone is default.
- I have three interfaces ens32 ens33 and ens34, all assigned to the public zone.
- I removed ens34 from public zone
' firewal-cmd --permanent --zone=public --remove-interface=ens34'
- Now I add ens34 to the "internal' zone
' firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=internal --add-interface=ens34'
5 . Each time i reboot the server or i restart firewalld, ens34 gets assigned back to the "public " zone.
What I am doing wrong here?
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