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Source code changes of the file "iptstate.8" between
iptstate-2.2.6.tar.gz and iptstate-2.2.7.tar.bz2

About: IPTState (IP Tables State) is a top-like interface to your netfilter/iptables connection-tracking table.

iptstate.8  (iptstate-2.2.6):iptstate.8  (iptstate-2.2.7.tar.bz2)
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names, output can be formatted, the display can be filtered, and color co ding are among some of the many names, output can be formatted, the display can be filtered, and color co ding are among some of the many
features. features.
COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS
-c, --no-color -c, --no-color
Toggle color-code by protocol Toggle color-code by protocol
-C, --counters -C, --counters
Toggle display of bytes/packets counters Toggle display of bytes/packets counters
-d, --dst-filter IP -d, --dst-filter IP[/NETMASK]
Only show states with a destination of IP Note, that this must be Only show states with a destination of IP and with optional NETMAS
an IP, hostname matching is not K.
yet supported. Note, that this must be an IP, hostname matching is not yet suppor
ted.
-D --dstpt-filter port -D --dstpt-filter port
Only show states with a destination port of port Only show states with a destination port of port
-h, --help -h, --help
Show help message Show help message
-i, --invert-filters
Invert filters to display non-matching results
-l, --lookup -l, --lookup
Show hostnames instead of IP addresses. Enabling this will also en able -L to prevent an ever-grow- Show hostnames instead of IP addresses. Enabling this will also en able -L to prevent an ever-grow-
ing number of DNS requests. ing number of DNS requests.
-m, --mark-truncated -m, --mark-truncated
Mark truncated hostnames with a '+' Mark truncated hostnames with a '+'
-o, --no-dynamic -o, --no-dynamic
Toggle dynamic formatting Toggle dynamic formatting
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-b, --sort column -b, --sort column
This determines what column to sort by. Options: This determines what column to sort by. Options:
S Source Port S Source Port
d Destination IP (or Name) d Destination IP (or Name)
D Destination Port D Destination Port
p Protocol p Protocol
s State s State
t TTL t TTL
b Bytes b Bytes
P Packets P Packets
To sort by Source IP (or Name), don't use -b. Sorting by bytes/pac kets is only available for ker- To sort by Source IP (or Name), don't use -b. Sorting by bytes/pa ckets is only available for ker-
nels that support it, and only when compiled against libnetfilter_ conntrack (the default). nels that support it, and only when compiled against libnetfilter_ conntrack (the default).
-s, --src-filter IP -s, --src-filter IP[/NETMASK]
Only show states with a source of IP. Note, that this must be an Only show states with a source of IP and with optional NETMASK.
IP, hostname matching is not yet Note, that this must be an IP, hostname matching is not yet suppor
supported. ted.
-S, --srcpt-filter port -S, --srcpt-filter port
Only show states with a source port of port Only show states with a source port of port
-t, --totals -t, --totals
Toggle display of totals Toggle display of totals
INTERACTIVE OPTIONS INTERACTIVE OPTIONS
As of version 2.0, all command-line options are now available interactive ly using the same key as the As of version 2.0, all command-line options are now available interactive ly using the same key as the
short-option. For example, --sort is also -b, so while iptstate is ru nning, hitting b will change the short-option. For example, --sort is also -b, so while iptstate is ru nning, hitting b will change the
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0 Success 0 Success
1 Bad command-line arguments 1 Bad command-line arguments
2 Error communicating with the netfilter subsystem. 2 Error communicating with the netfilter subsystem.
3 Terminal too narrow 3 Terminal too narrow
BUGS BUGS
We don't support filtering on resolved names, and we don't support filter We don't support filtering on resolved names. IPv6 support is new and th
ing on networks. IPv6 support is e dynamic formatting doesn't yet
new and the dynamic formatting doesn't yet always handle IPv6 addresses a always handle IPv6 addresses as well as it should.
s well as it should.
BUG REPORTS BUG REPORTS
All bugs should be reported to Phil Dibowitz <phil AT ipom DOT com>. Plea se see the README and BUGS for All bugs should be reported to Phil Dibowitz <phil AT ipom DOT com>. Plea se see the README and BUGS for
more information on bug reports. Please read the WISHLIST before sending in features you hope to see. more information on bug reports. Please read the WISHLIST before sending in features you hope to see.
NOTES NOTES
iptstate does a lot of work to try to fit everything on the screen in an easy-to-read way. However, in iptstate does a lot of work to try to fit everything on the screen in an easy-to-read way. However, in
some cases, hostnames may need to be truncated (in lookup mode). Similarl y, IPv6 addresses may need to be some cases, hostnames may need to be truncated (in lookup mode). Similarl y, IPv6 addresses may need to be
truncated. The truncation of names happens from the right for source b ecause you most likely know your truncated. The truncation of names happens from the right for source b ecause you most likely know your
own domain name, and from the left for destination because knowing your u sers are connection to "mail.a." own domain name, and from the left for destination because knowing your u sers are connection to "mail.a."
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