[CentOS] iptables command to view just nat/forward info by ip

Thu Dec 21 01:15:32 UTC 2006
Aleksandar Milivojevic <alex at milivojevic.org>

Dustin Krysak wrote:
> Hi there... does anyone know of a handy iptables command to look at
> existing nat rules?
> I tried:
> iptables -t nat -L
> Which was close, but the problem is that the DNAT and SNAT list the
> reverse DNS for the IP's, when I would rather see just pure IP's.
> I have been reading the man pages and google looking for an answer as well.

Probably the most useful combination of options is -nvx -L, since it
will print some additional info (most importantly the counters).

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