[Olsr-dev] SmartGW client side questions
Wed Apr 28 17:11:48 CEST 2010
wildcards in iptables interfaces. Never heard about that, but it works. So
forget about my murmur about callbacks or static tunnel interace name
Tunnel name is e.g. tnl_7c41c668
This rule works: iptables -I OUTPUT -o tnl_+ -p icmp -j LOG
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From: "Jo-Philipp Wich" <(spam-protected)>
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Subject: Re: [Olsr-dev] SmartGW client side questions
> [resent to list, accidentally replied directly]
>> A fixed name e.g. "olsr-smartgw" is more easily to handle, e.g.
>> "iptables -A
>> FORWARD -o olsr-smartgw -p tcp --tcp-flags SYN,RST SYN -j
>> TCPMSS --clamp-mss-to-pmtu" sits in the firewall list and waits for the
>> interface to be created. If we use a fixed name, I would omit the
>> "background" job.
> Can't you specify something like "tnl+" as wildcard in iptables for tnl0
> - tnlN or is the naming more complex?
> ~ Jow
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