Kill all states associated with a NAT address
Assume you have an external IP XXX
And an OpenVPN net 192.168.200.0/0
After OpenVPN client connects it gets an IP 192.168.200.2
Now let's use States to see and kill all states for 192.168.200.2
There are lots of states look like this:
WAN tcp XXX:49313 (192.168.200.2:62472) -> <some_IP>:443 TIME_WAIT:TIME_WAIT 84 / 108 6 KiB / 129 KiB
And they don't get killed.
Expected - all states associated with 192.168.200.2 killed, or there is an option to select all and allow kill.
Updated by Jim Pingle 8 months ago
- Subject changed from Kill all states associated with an host IP NET address to Kill all states associated with a NAT address
- Category changed from NAT Reflection to Rules / NAT
Correcting the category and subject
The ask here is for a way to kill based on the NAT address in the state instead of the source or destination.