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nftables-0.9.8-150400.6.3.1 RPM for s390x

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Name: nftables Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 0.9.8 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150400.6.3.1 Build date: Wed Jan 31 13:25:50 2024
Group: Productivity/Networking/Security Build host: s390zl36
Size: 118656 Source RPM: nftables-0.9.8-150400.6.3.1.src.rpm
Summary: Userspace utility to access the nf_tables packet filter
nf_tables is a firewalling mechanism in the Linux kernel, running
independently of and parallel to ip_tables, ip6_tables,
arp_tables and ebtables. nftables is the corresponsing userspace

The nftables frontend features support for sets and dictionaries of arbitrary
types, meta data types, atomic incremental and full ruleset updates, and,
similar to iptables, support for different protocols, access to connection
tracking and NAT and logging.






* Tue Jan 30 2024
  - port python-single-spec logic from Factory package to allow shipment of
    python311 modules as well (bsc#1219253).
* Tue Apr 25 2023
  - add 0001-evaluate-reject-support-ethernet-as-L2-protocol-for-.patch: this
    fixes a crash in nftables if layer2 reject rules are processed (e.g.
    Ethernet MAC address based reject rich rule in firewalld, bsc#1210773).
* Mon May 02 2022
  - add 0001-cache-check-for-NULL-chain-in-cache_init.patch: this fixes rare
    crashes that could occur e.g. in firewalld (bsc#1197606).
* Fri Jan 15 2021
  - Update to release 0.9.8
    * Complete support for matching ICMP header content fields.
    * Added raw tcp option match support.
    * Added ability to check for the presence of any tcp option.
    * Support for rejecting traffic from the ingress chain.
* Tue Oct 27 2020
  - Update to release 0.9.7
    * Support for implicit chains
    * Support for ingress inet chains
    * Support for reject from prerouting chain
    * Support for --terse option in json
    * Support for the reset command with json
* Tue Jun 16 2020
  - Update to release 0.9.6
    * Fix two ASAN runtime errors
* Sat Jun 06 2020
  - Update to release 0.9.5
    * Support for set counters.
    * Support for restoring set element counters via nft -f.
    * Counter support for flowtables.
    * typeof concatenations support for sets.
    * Support for concatenated ranges in anonymous sets.
    * Allow to reject packets with 802.1q from the bridge family.
    * Support for matching on the conntrack ID.
  - Drop anonset-crashfix.patch (upstream solved differently)
* Thu May 07 2020
  - Add anonset-crashfix.patch [boo#1171321]
* Wed Apr 01 2020
  - Update to release 0.9.4
    * Add a helper for concat expression handling.
    * Add "typeof" build/parse/print support.
* Mon Dec 09 2019
  - Add json, python [boo#1158723]
* Tue Dec 03 2019
  - Update to release 0.9.3
    * meta: Introduce new conditions "time", "day" and "hour".
    * src: add ability to set/get secmarks to/from connection.
    * flowtable: add support for named flowtable listing.
    * flowtable: add support for delete command by handle.
    * json: add support for element deletion.
    * Add `-T` as the short option for `--numeric-time`.
    * meta: add ibrpvid and ibrvproto support
* Mon Aug 19 2019
  - Update to new upstream release 0.9.2
    * Transport header port matching, e.g. "th dport 53"
    * Support for matching on IPv4 options
    * Support for synproxy
* Sat Jan 19 2019
  - Remove unused dblatex BuildRequires, only needed for the optional
    and disabled PDF generation (same contents as shipped manpage).
* Sat Jun 09 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.9.0
    * Support to check if packet matches an existing socket.
    * Support to limit number of active connections by arbitrary
      criteria, such as ip addresses, networks, conntrack zones or
      any combination thereof.
    * Added support for "audit" logging.
* Fri May 11 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.5
    * support to add/insert a rule at a given index position
    * meter statement now supports a configureable upper max size
    * timeouts for sets can now be specified in milliseconds
    * re-add iptables-like empty skeleton rulesets
* Wed May 02 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.4
    * Support to match IPv6 segment routing headers.
    * New "meta ibrname" and "meta obrname" arguments to match the
      name of the logical bridge a packet is passing through.
      These new names replace the old (misnamed) "ibriport"/"obriport".
    * `nft -a` will now show handle identifier for all objects,
      including tables and chains.
    * nft can now delete objects by their handle number.
    * Support to update maps from the ruleset (packet path).
    * the "--echo" option now prints handle id for tables and
      object too.
    * `nft -f -` will now read from standard input
    * Support for flow tables, cf. man page or .
* Sat Mar 03 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.3
    * raw payload support to match headers that do not yet have
      received a mnemonic.
* Sat Feb 03 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.2
    * add secpath support
* Tue Jan 16 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8.1
    * This release deprecates the "flow table" syntax in favor
      of "meter".
* Fri Oct 13 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 0.8
    * This release contains new features available up to the
      (upcoming) Linux 4.14 kernel release:
    * Support for stateful objects, these objects are uniquely
      identified by a user-defined name, you can refer to them from
      rules, and there is a well established interface to operate
      with them.
    * Sort set elements when listing them, from lower to largest.
    * TCP option matching and mangling support. This includes TCP
      maximum segment size mangling.
    * Add new "-s" option for listings without stateful information.
    * Add new -c/--check option for nft, to tests if your ruleset
      loads fine, into the kernel, this is a dry run mode.
    * Connection tracking helper support.
    * Add --echo option, to print the handle that the kernel
      allocates to uniquely identify rules.
    * Conntrack zone support
    * Symmetric hash support
    * Add support to include directories from nft natives scripts,
      files are loaded in alphanumerical order.
    * Allow to check if IPv6 extension header or TCP option exists
      or is missing.
    * Extend quota support to display used bytes.
    * Add ct average matching, to match average bytes per packet a
      connection has transferred so far, to map the existing
      feature available in the iptables connbytes match.
    * Allow to flush maps and flow tables.
    * Allow to embed set definition into an existing set.
    * Conntrack event filtering support via rule.
* Tue Dec 20 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 0.7
    * Add new fib expression, which can be used to obtain the
      output interface from the route table based on either source
      or destination address of a packet.
    * Support hashing of any arbitrary key combination, eg.
    * Add number generation support. Useful for round-robin packet
      mark setting.
    * Add quota support, eg.
    * Introduce routing expression, for routing related data with
      support for nexthop
    * Notrack support, to explicitly skip connection tracking for
      matching packets.
    * Support to set non-byte bound packet header fields, including
      checksum adjustment.
    * Add 'create set' and 'create element' commands.
    * Allow to use variable reference for set element definitions.
    * Allow to use variable definitions from element commands.
    * Add support to flush set. You can use this new command to
      remove all existing elements in a set.
    * Inverted set lookups.
    * Honor absolute and relative paths via include file, where:
    * Support log flags, to enable logging TCP sequence and options.
    * tc classid parser support, eg.
    * Allow numeric connlabels, so if connlabel still works with
      undefined labels.
* Thu Jun 02 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 0.6
    * Rules may be replaced now
    * Flow table support (requires Linux >= 4.3)
    * Support for tracing
    * Ratelimiting now supports units like bytes/second.
    * Matchinv VLAN IDs, DSCP/ECN, ICMP RtAdv & RtSol
* Thu Sep 17 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 0.5
    * Support combinations of two or more selectors to build a tuple
    * Timeout support for sets
    * Dormant flag for tables
    * Default chain policy specifiable on creation
* Sat May 23 2015
  - set the url to the project page
  - pass --disable-silent-rules to configure to allow gcc post build
    check to work
* Tue Dec 16 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 0.4
    * Since Linux 3.18: support for global ruleset operations
    * Since 3.17: full logging support for all the families,
    including nfnetlink_log
    * 3.16: automatic selection of the optimal set implementation
    * 3.14: reject support for ip, ip6 and inet
    * 3.18: reject support for bridge, and reject icmpx abstraction
    * 3.18: masquerade support
    * 3.19: redirect support
    * Extend meta to support pkttype, cpu and devgroup matching.



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