Description of problem:
I redirect all traffic of my iface to first LOG, and then ACCEPT or DROP.
Recently, i have added a new connection in NM. A shared wifi connection.
To make things "transparent to the user", NM creates itself the necessary rules and add then to iptables.
The problem is. They are preconfigured rules. I can't modify it to LOG, or do some custom actions.
But NM has support for scripts. Why these rules aren't implemented by scripts ?
The user will get the option to customize these iptables rules.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
add a shared wireless connection
Steps to Reproduce:
NM adds fixed rules to iptables.
I don't know what put here.
But as suggestion, NM may use script capability to hold these rules. Will be a matter of choice, customize these rules or not.
If this is not the correct place to report this, just sorry.
You may (or not) point me the right direction.
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