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Offline Gabriel_M

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NFTables replaces iptables?
« on: 2013/11/02, 00:42:01 »
NFTables is queued up for merging into the Linux 3.13 kernel. NFTables is a four-year-old project by the creators of Netfilter to write a new packet filtering / firewall engine for the Linux kernel to deprecate iptables (though it now offers an iptables compatibility layer too). NFTables promises to be more powerful, simpler, reduce code complication, improve error reporting, and provide more efficient handling of packet filter rules. The code was merged into net-next for the Linux 3.13 kernel. Iptables will still be present until NFTables is finished.

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Re: NFTables replaces iptables?
« Reply #1 on: 2013/11/02, 02:06:07 »
yes - booth will be present for a certain amount of time - i think a few years, 5-10 or so :)
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