How to Stop and Disable Firewalld on Fedora

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Start FirewallD Service
# systemctl start firewalld 
Stop FirewallD Service
# systemctl stop firewalld
Check the Status of FirewallD
# systemctl status firewalld
Check the State of FirewallD
# firewall-cmd --state

As an alternative, you can disable the firewalld service so that it doesn’t apply rules to packets and enable ones needed again.

Disable FirewallD Service
# systemctl disable firewalld
Enable FirewallD Service
# systemctl enable firewalld
Mask FirewallD Service
# systemctl mask firewalld
Answered on January 10, 2020.
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