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Set a stateful mark from the usermark group.

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NAME

firehol-mark - set a stateful mark from the usermark group

SYNOPSIS

{ mark | mark46 } value chain rule-params mark4 value chain rule-params mark6 value chain rule-params

DESCRIPTION

Marks on packets can be matched by traffic shaping, routing, and firewall rules for con‐ trolling traffic. Note Behaviour changed significantly in FireHOL v3 compared to earlier versions There is also a mark parameter which allows matching marks within individual rules (see firehol-params(5)). FireHOL uses iptables masks to break the single 32-bit integer mark value into smaller groups and allows you to set and match them independently. The markdef group definitions to set this up are found in firehol-defaults.conf The mark helper command sets values within the usermark group. You can set value between 0 (no mark) and size-1. The default size for usermark is 128, so 127 is highest value possible. The default usermark types are stateful+permanent, meaning the initial match will only be done on NEW packets and the mark will be restored to all packets in the con‐ nection. The chain will be used to find traffic to mark. It can be any of the iptables(8) built in chains belonging to the mangle table. The chain names are: INPUT, FORWARD, OUTPUT, PRE‐ ROUTING and POSTROUTING. The names are case-sensitive. The rule-params define a set of rule parameters to match the traffic that is to be marked within the chosen chain. See firehol-params(5) for more details. Any mark commands must be declared before the first router or interface. Note If you want to do policy based routing based on iptables(8) marks, you will need to disable the Root Path Filtering on the interfaces involved (rp_filter in sysctl). FireQOS will read the FireHOL mark definitions and set up suitable offsets and marks for the various groups. If you are using a different tool, you should look at the emitted firewall to determine the final masks and values to use.

EXAMPLES

# mark with 1, packets sent by the local machine mark 1 OUTPUT # mark with 2, packets routed by the local machine mark 2 FORWARD # mark with 3, packets routed by the local machine, sent from # 192.0.2.2 destined for port TCP/25 of 198.51.100.1 mark 3 FORWARD proto tcp dport 25 dst 198.51.100.1 src 192.0.2.2

SEE ALSO

· firehol(1) - FireHOL program · firehol.conf(5) - FireHOL configuration · firehol-params(5) - optional rule parameters · firehol-connmark(5) - set a stateful mark from the connmark group · iptables(8) (http://ipset.netfilter.org/iptables.man.html) - administration tool for IPv4 firewalls · ip6tables(8) (http://ipset.netfilter.org/ip6tables.man.html) - administration tool for IPv6 firewalls · ip(8) - show / manipulate routing, devices, policy routing and tunnels · FireHOL Website (http://firehol.org/) · Working With Marks Wiki Page (https://github.com/firehol/firehol/wiki/Working-with- MARKs) · FireHOL Online PDF Manual (http://firehol.org/firehol-manual.pdf) · FireHOL Online Documentation (http://firehol.org/documentation/) · Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO (http://lartc.org/howto/)

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FireHOL Team.
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