local destination interface matching

Nigel Kukard nkukard@lbsd.net
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 00:52:26 +0000 (UTC)

i got a quick question..... been doing a few tests with LOGing...

1. firstly by listing iptables rules with iptables -vnL i see that the default
   interface is set to  *  , what would be the correct way to set this in a
   script? (apart from leaving it out), i've seen you can use "any" or "+", not
   sure which is most sane. anyone?

2. is there a way i can match a packet that is going to hit a local port other
   than using an IP? i see in the LOG's its interface is just blank, is there
   a way to match this?

3. would anyone recommend against using the tcp-window-tracking code? i've read
   the mailing list a few months back & didn't really find any yes/no answers.

Kind Regards


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