Re: (NOT RESOLVED YET) How to list connections and its state PER CHAIN? Possible?
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Jan, Thanks but.. according to our reading: LOGMARK The LOGMARK target will log packet and connection marks to syslog.AND ...you only can follow via -J MARK, but MARK is work for table mangle -> PRE and POSTROUTING
Any other option? :( Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@xxxxxxx> ha escrito:
On Friday 2012-06-15 00:38, José Pablo Pérez wrote:What would be the best way to list the amount of connections, and its current state that are passing through a chain? The idea is to later parse these with a script.There is xt_LOGMARK in xtables-addons. Or, you just use `conntrack -L` if you need it decoupled from the ruleset.
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