Userspace tools for interacting with the Connection Tracking System

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The conntrack-tools are a set of tools targeted at system
administrators. They are conntrack, the userspace command line
interface, and conntrackd, the userspace daemon. The tool conntrack
provides a full featured interface that has replaced the old procfs
interface. Using conntrack, you can view and manage the in-kernel
connection tracking state table from userspace. On the other hand,
conntrackd covers the specific aspects of stateful firewalls to
enable highly available scenarios, and can be used as statistics
collector as well.

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conntrack-tools-1.4.5.tar.bz2 0000479562 468 KB
conntrack-tools-1.4.5.tar.bz2.sig 0000000590 590 Bytes
conntrack-tools.changes 0000006937 6.77 KB
conntrack-tools.keyring 0000006684 6.53 KB
conntrack-tools.spec 0000004940 4.82 KB
conntrackd-Use-strdup-in-lexer.patch 0000012004 11.7 KB
conntrackd-cthelper-Add-new-SLP-helper.patch 0000004932 4.82 KB
conntrackd-use-correct-max-unix-path-length.patch 0000001195 1.17 KB
conntrackd-use-strncpy-to-unix-path.patch 0000000886 886 Bytes
conntrackd.README.SUSE 0000000334 334 Bytes
conntrackd.conf 0000002534 2.47 KB
conntrackd.logrotate 0000000195 195 Bytes
conntrackd.service 0000000544 544 Bytes
conntrackd.sysconfig 0000000795 795 Bytes
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