* Install F20 with https://fedorapeople.org/groups/qa/kickstarts/firewall-configured-net.ks
* Boot the installed system, verify with firewall-cmd --list-ports and firewall-cmd --list-services that services dhcpv6-client, ftp, mdns, ssh and ports 143/tcp, 47/tcp and 1234/udp are open
* Install fedup, run 'fedup --network 21 --product server'
* Complete the upgrade
* Boot the upgraded system, check with --list-ports and --list-services again
* The stock Server default configuration is in place: the user's allowed ports and services are lost on upgrade
Workstation behaves similarly, replacing the user's existing configuration with its default config.
Nonproduct, however, doesn't destroy the user's configuration, I guess because firewalld-config-standard doesn't actually define any ports or services?
This is a fairly serious issue for upgraders and will need adding to CommonBugs.
Thanks to Daryl for reporting this.
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