conntrack -E -i not allowed?

Alan Ezust alan.ezust at
Tue Nov 7 19:37:44 CET 2006

We need to be able to determine when we get an UPDATE or a DISCONNECT, which 
connections they correspond to. I assumed that was the purpose of the CT id. 
Why are you removing it? 

On Tuesday 07 November 2006 04:40, Pablo Neira Ayuso wrote:
> Alan Ezust wrote:
> >> Is there a trick to getting the ctids to be sent to the output of this?
> There is not.
> >> conntrack -L -i seems to work, showing me the id. Personally, I think
> >> conntrack should always output the id.
> No, actually we have plans to remove it soon. Why do you need the id?

Alan Ezust  
Presinet, inc         alan.ezust at
           Victoria, BC,Canada
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