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Based on kernel version 4.9. Page generated on 2016-12-21 14:36 EST.

1	/proc/sys/net/netfilter/nf_conntrack_* Variables:
2	
3	nf_conntrack_acct - BOOLEAN
4		0 - disabled (default)
5		not 0 - enabled
6	
7		Enable connection tracking flow accounting. 64-bit byte and packet
8		counters per flow are added.
9	
10	nf_conntrack_buckets - INTEGER
11		Size of hash table. If not specified as parameter during module
12		loading, the default size is calculated by dividing total memory
13		by 16384 to determine the number of buckets but the hash table will
14		never have fewer than 32 and limited to 16384 buckets. For systems
15		with more than 4GB of memory it will be 65536 buckets.
16		This sysctl is only writeable in the initial net namespace.
17	
18	nf_conntrack_checksum - BOOLEAN
19		0 - disabled
20		not 0 - enabled (default)
21	
22		Verify checksum of incoming packets. Packets with bad checksums are
23		in INVALID state. If this is enabled, such packets will not be
24		considered for connection tracking.
25	
26	nf_conntrack_count - INTEGER (read-only)
27		Number of currently allocated flow entries.
28	
29	nf_conntrack_events - BOOLEAN
30		0 - disabled
31		not 0 - enabled (default)
32	
33		If this option is enabled, the connection tracking code will
34		provide userspace with connection tracking events via ctnetlink.
35	
36	nf_conntrack_expect_max - INTEGER
37		Maximum size of expectation table.  Default value is
38		nf_conntrack_buckets / 256. Minimum is 1.
39	
40	nf_conntrack_frag6_high_thresh - INTEGER
41		default 262144
42	
43		Maximum memory used to reassemble IPv6 fragments.  When
44		nf_conntrack_frag6_high_thresh bytes of memory is allocated for this
45		purpose, the fragment handler will toss packets until
46		nf_conntrack_frag6_low_thresh is reached.
47	
48	nf_conntrack_frag6_low_thresh - INTEGER
49		default 196608
50	
51		See nf_conntrack_frag6_low_thresh
52	
53	nf_conntrack_frag6_timeout - INTEGER (seconds)
54		default 60
55	
56		Time to keep an IPv6 fragment in memory.
57	
58	nf_conntrack_generic_timeout - INTEGER (seconds)
59		default 600
60	
61		Default for generic timeout.  This refers to layer 4 unknown/unsupported
62		protocols.
63	
64	nf_conntrack_helper - BOOLEAN
65		0 - disabled (default)
66		not 0 - enabled
67	
68		Enable automatic conntrack helper assignment.
69		If disabled it is required to set up iptables rules to assign
70		helpers to connections.  See the CT target description in the
71		iptables-extensions(8) man page for further information.
72	
73	nf_conntrack_icmp_timeout - INTEGER (seconds)
74		default 30
75	
76		Default for ICMP timeout.
77	
78	nf_conntrack_icmpv6_timeout - INTEGER (seconds)
79		default 30
80	
81		Default for ICMP6 timeout.
82	
83	nf_conntrack_log_invalid - INTEGER
84		0   - disable (default)
85		1   - log ICMP packets
86		6   - log TCP packets
87		17  - log UDP packets
88		33  - log DCCP packets
89		41  - log ICMPv6 packets
90		136 - log UDPLITE packets
91		255 - log packets of any protocol
92	
93		Log invalid packets of a type specified by value.
94	
95	nf_conntrack_max - INTEGER
96		Size of connection tracking table.  Default value is
97		nf_conntrack_buckets value * 4.
98	
99	nf_conntrack_tcp_be_liberal - BOOLEAN
100		0 - disabled (default)
101		not 0 - enabled
102	
103		Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others.
104		If it's non-zero, we mark only out of window RST segments as INVALID.
105	
106	nf_conntrack_tcp_loose - BOOLEAN
107		0 - disabled
108		not 0 - enabled (default)
109	
110		If it is set to zero, we disable picking up already established
111		connections.
112	
113	nf_conntrack_tcp_max_retrans - INTEGER
114		default 3
115	
116		Maximum number of packets that can be retransmitted without
117		received an (acceptable) ACK from the destination. If this number
118		is reached, a shorter timer will be started.
119	
120	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_close - INTEGER (seconds)
121		default 10
122	
123	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_close_wait - INTEGER (seconds)
124		default 60
125	
126	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_established - INTEGER (seconds)
127		default 432000 (5 days)
128	
129	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_fin_wait - INTEGER (seconds)
130		default 120
131	
132	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_last_ack - INTEGER (seconds)
133		default 30
134	
135	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_max_retrans - INTEGER (seconds)
136		default 300
137	
138	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_syn_recv - INTEGER (seconds)
139		default 60
140	
141	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_syn_sent - INTEGER (seconds)
142		default 120
143	
144	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_time_wait - INTEGER (seconds)
145		default 120
146	
147	nf_conntrack_tcp_timeout_unacknowledged - INTEGER (seconds)
148		default 300
149	
150	nf_conntrack_timestamp - BOOLEAN
151		0 - disabled (default)
152		not 0 - enabled
153	
154		Enable connection tracking flow timestamping.
155	
156	nf_conntrack_udp_timeout - INTEGER (seconds)
157		default 30
158	
159	nf_conntrack_udp_timeout_stream2 - INTEGER (seconds)
160		default 180
161	
162		This extended timeout will be used in case there is an UDP stream
163		detected.
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