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I am trying to increase performance on our system. I wanted to tell iptables not to retain entries into the ip_conntrack. I try to put this int he iptables but ...
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    iptables - NOTRACK??


    I am trying to increase performance on our system. I wanted to tell iptables not to retain entries into the ip_conntrack. I try to put this int he iptables but I receive the error : seems to have a -t table option.

    The entry I'm adding is:

    -t raw -A PREROUTING -i lo -j NOTRACK

    Can someone tell me what i'm doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linuxeth124 View Post
    I am trying to increase performance on our system. I wanted to tell iptables not to retain entries into the ip_conntrack. I try to put this int he iptables but I receive the error : seems to have a -t table option.

    The entry I'm adding is:

    -t raw -A PREROUTING -i lo -j NOTRACK

    Can someone tell me what i'm doing wrong?
    It's "iptables -t raw -A PREROUTING -i lo -j NOTRACK". Actually set iptables to a constant and I did not check for syntax error. So if you have iptables already that's a different story.

    Also NOTRACK does not belong to -j, that is, this is wrong.

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