Hi all,

How can iptables be made persistent in Kali on Rpi 4 ?
I followed about all tutorials, but after reboot, the iptables are empty (and not active)

I tried:

sudo apt install iptables-persistent
looked how to run command on startup
etc etc

no solution found

Is there a way to make iptables persistent at all in Kali ?
Or is Kali maybe not the right distribution for what I need ?

Abstract is to remotely access devices on the physical LAN, through Zero Tier.

These are my steps:


After reading this, I looked for a tutorial how to install Zero Tier on a RPi and found this:
And that is why I installed Kali.

I am totally new to Rpi and Linux