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Connmark retriever action in tc(8)				       Linux					Connmark retriever action in tc(8)

connmark - netfilter connmark retriever action SYNOPSIS
tc ... action connmark [ zone u16_zone_index ] [ CONTROL ] [ index u32_index ] CONTROL := { reclassify | pipe | drop | continue | ok } DESCRIPTION
The connmark action is used to restore the connection's mark value into the packet's fwmark. OPTIONS
zone u16_zone_index Specify the conntrack zone when doing conntrack lookups for packets. u16_zone_index is a 16bit unsigned decimal value. CONTROL How to continue after executing this action. reclassify Restarts classification by jumping back to the first filter attached to this action's parent. pipe Continue with the next action, this is the default. drop shot Packet will be dropped without running further actions. continue Continue classification with next filter in line. pass Return to calling qdisc for packet processing. This ends the classification process. index u32_index Specify an index for this action in order to being able to identify it in later commands. u32_index is a 32bit unsigned decimal value. SEE ALSO
tc(8) iproute2 11 Jan 2016 Connmark retriever action in tc(8)

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actions in tc(8)                                                       Linux                                                      actions in tc(8)

actions - independently defined actions in tc SYNOPSIS
tc [ TC_OPTIONS ] actions add | change | replace ACTSPEC tc [ TC_OPTIONS ] actions get | delete ACTISPEC tc [ TC_OPTIONS ] actions flush ACTNAMESPEC tc [ TC_OPTIONS ] actions ls | list ACTNAMESPEC [ ACTFILTER ] ACTSPEC := action ACTDETAIL [ INDEXSPEC ] [ COOKIESPEC ] [ CONTROL ] ACTISPEC := ACTNAMESPEC INDEXSPEC ACTNAMESPEC := action ACTNAME INDEXSPEC := index INDEX ACTFILTER := since MSTIME COOKIESPEC := cookie COOKIE ACTDETAIL := ACTNAME ACTPARAMS ACTNAME may be any valid action type: gact, mirred, bpf, connmark, csum, police, etc. MSTIME Time since last update. CONTROL := { reclassify | pipe | drop | continue | ok } TC_OPTIONS These are the options that are specific to tc and not only the options. Refer to tc(8) for more information. DESCRIPTION
The actions object in tc allows a user to define actions independently of a classifier (filter). These actions can then be assigned to one or more filters, with any packets matching the classifier's criteria having that action performed on them. Each action type (mirred, police, etc.) will have its own table to store all created actions. OPERATIONS
add Create a new action in that action's table. change replace Make modifications to an existing action. get Display the action with the specified index value. When combined with the -s option for tc, display the statistics for that action. delete Delete the action with the specified index value. If the action is already associated with a classifier, it does not delete the classifier. ls list List all the actions in the specified table. When combined with the -s option for tc, display the statistics for all actions in the specified table. When combined with the option since allows doing a millisecond time-filter since the last time an action was used in the datapath. flush Delete all actions stored in the specified table. ACTION OPTIONS
Note that these options are available to all action types. index INDEX Specify the table index value of an action. INDEX is a 32-bit value that is unique to the specific type of action referenced. For add, change, and replace operations, the index is optional. When adding a new action, specifying an index value will assign the action to that index unless that index value has already been assigned. Omitting the index value for an add operation will cause the kernel to assign a value to the new action. For get and delete operations, the index is required to identify the specific action to be displayed or deleted. cookie COOKIE In addition to the specific action, mark the matching packet with the value specified by COOKIE. The COOKIE is a 128-bit value that will not be interpreted by the kernel whatsoever. As such, it can be used as a correlating value for maintaining user state. The value to be stored is completely arbitrary and does not require a specific format. It is stored inside the action structure itself. since MSTIME When dumping large number of actions, a millisecond time-filter can be specified MSTIME. The MSTIME is a millisecond count since last time a packet hit the action. As an example specifying "since 20000" implies to dump all actions that have seen packets in the last 20 seconds. This option is useful when the kernel has a large number of actions and you are only interested in recently used actions. CONTROL The CONTROL indicates how tc should proceed after executing the action. Any of the following are valid: reclassify Restart the classifiction by jumping back to the first filter attached to the action's parent. pipe Continue with the next action. This is the default control. drop Drop the packed without running any further actions. continue Continue the classification with the next filter. pass Return to the calling qdisc for packet processing, and end classification of this packet. SEE ALSO
tc(8), tc-bpf(8), tc-connmark(8), tc-csum(8), tc-ife(8), tc-mirred(8), tc-nat(8), tc-pedit(8), tc-police(8), tc-simple(8), tc-skbedit(8), tc-skbmod(8), tc-tunnel_key(8), tc-vlan(8), tc-xt(8) iproute2 1 Aug 2017 actions in tc(8)
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