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How to block countries using iptables – Debian

Short and precise guide on how to block countries using iptables
1. Install some needed iptables-geoip dependencies .
2. Install modules xtables-addons.
3. Download and install database geoip (maxmind).
4. Configure iptables.
5. ISO 3166 Country Codes.

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