First of all, ipfwadm comes standard with most popular Linux distributions that are based on the the 1.2.x or 2.0.x kernel, so most people may not want/need to download it at all. If you still want to download ipfwadm, you can choose either sources or binaries. Always first check which version you need for your Linux environment.


Download the ipfwadm sources from the ipfwadm download directory and get whatever you need. Besides tarballs, there are also some RPM source packages available.

Here are direct links to the tarballs of the most widely used versions of ipfwadm:

If you want/need to compile ipfwadm yourself, please read about some common problems before giving up or complaining that ipfwadm won't compile properly.


There are also some older RPM binary packages available in our download directory. We recommend to use the binaries that come with your Linux distribution, though.

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