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Originally Posted by nplusplus Hey, Dawg, Care to offer up a reference for my own enrichment regarding your assertion of "preferred?" And as far as your explanation of the logs ...
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- 06-05-2012 #11
technojoe answered your question and is right. Any packet that must traverse the chain takes up resources and thus you want to drop them as soon as possible in order to conserve resources for ligament traffic that you want top process. INVALID along with ESTABLISHED,RELATED should always be placed at the top of the chain to save resources. It just make good sense.
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