ulogd is a handy add-on for netfilter/iptables which allows you to have your firewall logs put somewhere besides the main system logs Be sure to check the documentation in /usr/doc/ulogd-$VERSION

You get an init script free of charge: /etc/rc.d/rc.ulogd -- You'll just have to make it executable and call it from one of your init scripts. Also, be sure to have a look at /etc/ulogd.conf; it works fine with the default, but you might want to customize it...

You'll also need to make sure you have the ULOG target support in your kernel config.

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