Not a bug, just poor functionality.Originally Posted by mOdEtWo
redhat-config-securitylevel does not display the current setting. It only allows you to set them. ie it currently rewrites it's configuration everytime you use it.
After you configure the setting you want in a console type the following to view the current configuration.
display rules in default chains
display rules for nat table
iptables -t nat --list
display rules for mangle table
iptables -t mangle --list
redhat-config-securitylevel was really intended as a tool for the home user. It configures a firewall with very basic functionality.