I am a bit confused with this:
In /etc/rc.d/init.d there is the 'firewall' service shell script which I assume is what is set to start at boot if you set it in vasm services (as root)- yet this starts firestarter which I am not using.
In /etc/rc.d is the rc.firewall script which is starting at boot (which I have configured and want) but I have no idea how this is happening-there is no fall back reference to rc.firewall in the firewall init.d service script above.
How does rc.firewall start via vasm-it is clearly using the init.d firewall service script?
Solution: vasm uses /sbin/vfirewall shell script to configure and setup rc.firewall.
Thanks for any help