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Full installation of the system for Debian Buster.
For those who want a bare bones list of tasks.
Installing Geolocation, adding country detection to nftfwls, which is optional but desirable.
How to get country based CIDR lists for use with blacknets.d
How to update your copy of nftfw/
The full User guide, the first section explains how the system is controlled.
A more task directed guide.
Manual pages for the four commands.
A contact form.