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Firewalld rebase to latest 1.3.z

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      .`firewalld` rebased to version 1.3

      The `firewalld` package has been upgraded to version 1.3, which provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notable changes include:

      * New `--reset-defaults` CLI option: This option resets configuration of the `firewalld` service to defaults. This allows users to erase `firewalld` configuration and start over with the default settings.

      * Enable the `--add-masquerade` CLI option for policies with `ingress-zone=ZONE`, where `ZONE` has interfaces assigned with the `--add-interface` CLI option. This removes a restriction and enables usage of interfaces (instead of sources) in common scenarios.

      The reasons to introduce these features:

      * `--reset-defaults` was implemented to reset the firewall to the default configuration.

      * Using interfaces allows change of IP address without impacting firewall configuration.

      As a result, users can perform the following actions:

      * Reset the configuration

      * Combine `--add-maquerade` with `--add-interface` while using policies
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      .`firewalld` rebased to version 1.3 The `firewalld` package has been upgraded to version 1.3, which provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notable changes include: * New `--reset-defaults` CLI option: This option resets configuration of the `firewalld` service to defaults. This allows users to erase `firewalld` configuration and start over with the default settings. * Enable the `--add-masquerade` CLI option for policies with `ingress-zone=ZONE`, where `ZONE` has interfaces assigned with the `--add-interface` CLI option. This removes a restriction and enables usage of interfaces (instead of sources) in common scenarios. The reasons to introduce these features: * `--reset-defaults` was implemented to reset the firewall to the default configuration. * Using interfaces allows change of IP address without impacting firewall configuration. As a result, users can perform the following actions: * Reset the configuration * Combine `--add-maquerade` with `--add-interface` while using policies
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      Rebase firewalld to the latest upstream 1.3.z.

            egarver Eric Garver
            egarver Eric Garver
            Jaroslav Klech
            Eric Garver Eric Garver
            qe-baseos-daemons qe-baseos-daemons
            Mayur Patil Mayur Patil
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