iptables NEW TABLE request. WAS[Re: Catching un-DNAT'ed packets]
Fri Jan 26 12:21:12 CET 2007
After analizing the situation I have come to decide to request NEW TABLE
Considering the scheme at:
how would I make a "feature request" to ask for, say, "mangle2" table
that is just after "nat" in POSTROUTING? The only reason for this move
is the need for ability to catch un-DNAT'ed packets with -j ULOG or
(better) to -j QUEUE.
В Вто, 26/12/2006 в 12:09 +0100, Pascal Hambourg пишет:
> Pokotilenko Kostik a écrit :
> > Is it possible to catch un-DNAT'ed packets with iptables' -j ULOG
> > target?
> I'm afraid no.
> > Where does the un-DNAT occurs and is there table/chain that is
> > processed after un-DNAT?
> In 2.4 kernels, when DNAT occurs in the PREROUTING chain, un-DNAT occurs
> at the same place as (and in place of) the POSTROUTING chain of the
> 'nat' table, and there is no chain after it. In 2.4 kernels >= 2.4.19,
> when DNAT occurs in the OUTPUT chain, un-DNAT occurs after the INPUT
> chain of the 'filter' table, and there is no chain after it either. I
> suppose it has not changed in 2.6 kernels.
> > The problem I have is that replay packets got catched with real source
> > address, not the one the client has initially connected to. I was
> > catching replay packets in mangle/POSTROUTING.
> The POSTROUTING chain of the 'mangle' table is just before the un-DNAT
Покотиленко Костик <casper at meteor.dp.ua>
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