How can I install iptables into 22.03 when compiling locally? After I copied the 21.02 package/network/utils/iptables folder to 22.03, an error was reported when compiling! Can't it be used directly? What needs to be modified?
The question is: WHY would you want to use the legacy/obsolete I-tables when the rest of the world moved on to nftables and actually BPF.
22.03 uses the nftables based firewall4 instead of the old iptables firewall.
That's why you get problems if you try to use old package selections.
You should likely check your build recipe and drop/modify the iptables related stuff as needed.
It is important for me to use mwan3, and under nftables, the rules are not enforced correctly!
It is too radical to disconnect iptables and use nftables at once, and many plug-ins are not very compatible with nftables. If it can be used normally, there is no need to work hard to install iptables
The switch was actually slowly since 2016! ALL main distros have switched (Debian Ubuntu Arch etc) since at least 2021.
So I would actually blame outdated (not properly maintained) packages / plugins.
For specifically mwan3, I know that Florian (the package maintainer) was (is?) trying to update the scripts to nftables.
Not sure what other plugins you are referring to. But for mwan3 I would open another topic like "port mwan3 to nftables and remove iptables dependencies". That doesn't help your problem now, but hopefully that will start the ball rolling for everyone else who is also using mwan3.
BTW: what compile error(s) are you getting.
Let me try to compile it myself to see why it doesn't work compiled from source.
Don't do this.
iptables-zz-legacy as a package. You can examine the Makefile of the 22.03 iptables for the new package names. You would also want to downgrade from
firewall (which is firewall3).
There are equivalents for ip6tables, ebtables, arptables etc as well.
make: Entering directory '/home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/package/network/utils/iptables' touch /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/build_dir/target-x86_64_musl/linux-x86_64/iptables-1.8.7/.prepared_dac2cb90182ac6a33c6d827e2e7d9127_6664517399ebbbc92a37c5bb081b5c53_check . /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/include/shell.sh; bzcat /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/dl/iptables-1.8.7.tar.bz2 | tar -C /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/build_dir/target-x86_64_musl/linux-x86_64/iptables-1.8.7/.. -xf - [ ! -d ./src/ ] || cp -fpR ./src/. /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/build_dir/target-x86_64_musl/linux-x86_64/iptables-1.8.7 Applying ./patches/010-add-set-dscpmark-support.patch using plaintext: patching file extensions/libxt_CONNMARK.c patching file include/linux/netfilter/xt_connmark.h Applying ./patches/020-treewide-use-uint-instead-of-u_int.patch using plaintext: patching file extensions/libxt_conntrack.c patching file include/libipq/libipq.h patching file include/libiptc/libxtc.h patching file include/linux/netfilter_arp/arpt_mangle.h patching file iptables/xshared.c Hunk #1 FAILED at 1025. 1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file iptables/xshared.c.rej patching file iptables/xshared.h Hunk #1 FAILED at 80. 1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file iptables/xshared.h.rej patching file libipq/ipq_create_handle.3 patching file libipq/ipq_set_mode.3 Patch failed! Please fix ./patches/020-treewide-use-uint-instead-of-u_int.patch! make: *** [Makefile:664: /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/build_dir/target-x86_64_musl/linux-x86_64/iptables-1.8.7/.prepared_dac2cb90182ac6a33c6d827e2e7d9127_6664517399ebbbc92a37c5bb081b5c53] Error 1 make: Leaving directory '/home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/package/network/utils/iptables' time: package/network/utils/iptables/compile#0.20#0.07#0.25 ERROR: package/network/utils/iptables failed to build. make: *** [package/Makefile:116: package/network/utils/iptables/compile] Error 1 make: Leaving directory '/home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03' make: *** [package/Makefile:110: /home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/staging_dir/target-x86_64_musl/stamp/.package_compile] Error 2 make: Leaving directory '/home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03' make: *** [/home/sjkhsl/openwrt-22.03/include/toplevel.mk:231: world] Error 2
Copy iptables from the lede repository
It's far better to select iptables-nft as a package and leave firewall4 in place. Then just about all packages will work including mwan3 as well as nft compatible packages.
It pretty successfully gives the best of both worlds with only very few problems.
Thanks for the guide, it worked!
I will pay attention! Thank you for your contributions!
Coincidentally, there is a problem with the way I use it!
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