AGT is a powerful console frontend to iptables, supporting nearly all of the iptables extensions (such as quota, random, MIRROR, multiport, owner, string, MAC address, and more). All options can be specified in a configuration file with similar syntax to 'ipf' and 'ipfw'.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A memory leak that was causing a segfault at start up was resolved.
Release Notes: Environment variable substitution in the configuration now works on all versions of glibc.
Release Notes: Support has been added for variable substitution in the configuration file, with some minor code cleanups.
Release Notes: A particularly nasty bug caused output rules to have the interface 'direction' incorrectly specified. This has been resolved.
Release Notes: Minor code enhancements and bugfixes were made, and memory pools are now used for effective memory allocation. The "--insert" option was removed due to reported lockouts when configuring the firewall remotely.