Demm# Further to my previous post.
After a new install of the your latest and also on other installs.
After adding some rules to nomad.
After log-in NOMAD -- shows "enabled" ie.GREEN.
sudo ufw status -- shows "inactive"
sudo iptables -S -- shows -P input accept, -P Forward accept, -P outward accept
I CAN connect with ssh and therefore deduce that firewall is NOT working.
Disable NOMAD and re-enable it
sudo ufw status -- shows "active"
sudo iptables -S -- shows "massive list of tables"
I CANNOT connect with ssh and therefore deduce that firewall IS working.
Adding the appropriate firewall rule to NOMAD then allows me a ssh connection.
If "sudo ufw enable" is used it still shows inactive after next boot.
I'm sure its not me, but you could prove me wrong. Please do if I am.