Is iptables able to show current states?
Thu, 5 Jul 2001 21:23:36 -0400
I remember that with ipchains you could "ipchains -ML" to list current open connections so that you could tell that things were actually working. This was for Masquarading. Is there something similar in iptables to show you your current states?
I know with iptables you can "iptables -t nat -nvL" and have it show you that you are infact showing some packets hitting your SNAT rule but can you see the individual connections as they are made?
IP masquerading entries
prot expire source destination ports
TCP 5810:03.30 test.domain.org xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 1952 (62603) -> https
TCP 00:40.57 test.domain.org 192.168.0.2 1039 (64133) -> 1045
TCP 5814:46.14 test.domain.org xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 1970 (62634) -> https