Firewalld is a complete firewall solution that has been made available by default on all CentOS 7 servers, including both Liquid Web Core/Self Managed dedicated servers as well as Liquid Web Self Managed VPS servers. Occasionally, perhaps for testing, disabling or stopping firewalld may be necessary. Follow the instructions below or, watch the newest video on how to disable and stop firewalld.
- These instructions are intended specifically for stopping and disabling firewalld CentOS 7.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Self Managed CentOS 7 server, and I'll be logged in as root.
To disable firewalld, run the following command as root:
systemctl disable firewalld
To stop firewalld, run the following command as root:
systemctl stop firewalld
Check the Status of Firewalld
And finally, to check the status of firewalld, run the following command as root:
systemctl status firewalld
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