[CentOS] custom iptables chain jumping

Wed May 14 01:22:42 UTC 2008
Fajar Priyanto <fajarpri at cbn.net.id>

Hi all,
When we create a custom chain in iptables, should we specifically create a 
rule to 'jump back' to the previous chain?

For example:
iptables -A CUSTOMCHAIN rule1
iptables -A CUSTOMCHAIN rule2

Should we add:
iptables -A CUSTOMCHAIN -j INPUT ? Or, it will automatically go back to CHAIN 
when there's no more rule?

Thank you very much,
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