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Watch some videos:
  
 
* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXTRRwXi3b4 Getting a grasp of nftables], thanks to [https://www.nluug.nl/index-en.html NLUUG association] for recording this.
 
* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXTRRwXi3b4 Getting a grasp of nftables], thanks to [https://www.nluug.nl/index-en.html NLUUG association] for recording this.
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* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXVOA2MKA1s Netdev 2.1 - Netfilter workshop]
 
* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXVOA2MKA1s Netdev 2.1 - Netfilter workshop]
 
* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wQfSfDVN94 NLUUG - Goodbye iptables, Hello nftables]
 
* Watch [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wQfSfDVN94 NLUUG - Goodbye iptables, Hello nftables]
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Additional documentations and articles:
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* Tutorial [https://zasdfgbnm.github.io/2017/09/07/Extending-nftables/ Extending nftables by Xiang Gao]
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* Article [http://ral-arturo.org/2017/05/05/debian-stretch-stable-nftables.html New in Debian stable Stretch: nftables]
  
 
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= Thanks =

Revision as of 08:51, 13 September 2017

Welcome to the nftables HOWTO documentation page. Here you will find documentation on how to build, install, configure and use nftables.

This documentation was initially started by Eric Leblond, known as the nftables quick HOWTO, and it has been extended and enhanced by Pablo Neira Ayuso and a good bunch of contributors.

If you have any suggestion to improve it, please send your comments to Netfilter users mailing list <netfilter@vger.kernel.org>.

Introduction

Getting started

Basic operation

Supported selectors for packet matching

Possible actions on packets

Note that, unlike iptables, you can perform several actions in one single rule.

Advanced data structures for performance packet classification

You will have to redesign your rule-set to benefit from these new nice features:

If you are already using ipset in your iptables rule-set, that transition may be a bit more simple to you.

Examples

Development progress

External links

Watch some videos:

Additional documentations and articles:

Thanks

To the NLnet foundation for initial sponsorship of this HOWTO:

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