Alessandro O. Ungaro
x-arnie at ccpbr.org
Wed Aug 10 19:21:57 CEST 2005
when you use the iptables command and no specify the table, it assumes
that the table is filter, so "iptables -t filter -F" is the same as
"iptables -F". That's why you need to specify the table to flush the
nat, like flush mangle, etc...
Shannon Roddy wrote:
> Can someone help me out here? I figured that iptables -F would flush
> all tables including the nat table, but it appears to not flush it. I
> have to explicitly use iptables -t nat -F to fllush the NAT rules.
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