netstat-nat is a small program written in C which displays NAT connections created by the iptables conntrack module.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: nf_conntrack support was added. A feature to show NAT host information (port and IP address) was added. A feature to show only routed connections was added. Some memory allocation and releasing bugs were squashed.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for read-in (ip_conntrack). Previous versions could sometimes hang or segfault on some systems. There is a fix for displaying DNAT over SNAT connections.
Release Notes: Better handling of IP and port extraction when using additional conntrack modules. Protocol resolving in output. A small code fix for compiling with gcc 2.95.
Release Notes: Memory allocation has been improved.
Release Notes: A fix for hussle up displayed states when sorting, support to display unknown protocols (displayed as 'raw'), fixes for rpmlint warnings in the .spec for RPM users (1.4.1-2.src.rpm already contains a new .spec file), and fixes for some more understandable memory alloaction errors. The number of bytes allocated is now displayed. Some unused variables have been removed, and code was checked in to exit when there are no NAT connections. This release is compatible with ulibc.