iptables 1.4.6 released

iptables is the userspace command line program used to configure the Linux 2.4.x and 2.6.x IPv4 packet filtering ruleset. It is targeted towards system administrators.

iptables 1.4.6 has been released. This release supports all new features of the 2.6.32 kernel.

Changelog:

  • iptables: manpage updates for augmented -Z syntax
  • doc: mention maximum mark size in manpages
  • Support for nommu arches
  • realm: remove static initializations
  • libiptc: remove unused functions
  • libiptc: avoid strict-aliasing warnings
  • iprange: do accept non-ranges for xt_iprange v1
  • iprange: warn on reverse range
  • iprange: roll address parsing into a loop
  • iprange: do accept non-ranges for xt_iprange v1 (log)
  • iprange: warn on reverse range (log)
  • libiptc: fix wrong maptype of base chain counters on restore
  • iptables: fix undersized deletion mask creation
  • style: reduce indent in xtables_check_inverse
  • libxtables: hand argv to xtables_check_inverse
  • iptables/extensions: make bundled options work again
  • CONNMARK: print mark rules with mask 0xffffffff as set instead of xset
  • iptables: take masks into consideration for replace command
  • doc: explain experienced –hitcount limit
  • doc: name resolution clarification
  • iptables: expose option to zero packet/byte counters for a specific rule
  • build: restore –disable-ipv6 functionality on system w/o v6 headers
  • Merge branch ‘zero’ of git://dev.medozas.de/iptables
  • MARK: print mark rules with mask 0xffffffff as –set-mark instead of –set-xmark
  • DNAT: fix incorrect check during parsing
  • extensions: add osf extension
  • conntrack: fix –expires parsing
  • Merge branch ‘master’ of git://dev.medozas.de/iptables
  • Bump version to v1.4.6
  • doc: update TCPMSS manpage with Linux 2.6.25 changes
  • doc: fix typo in length manage.



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