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In its "stop" and "panic" handlers, the iptables initscript refers to built-in chains "input", "output", and "forward". There are no built-in chains with
those names. The proper names are "INPUT", "OUTPUT", and "FORWARD".
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Set up an iptables-using kernel. The chains can be empty, but be sure you have all of the right modules loaded up.
2. Run "service iptables stop" or "service iptables panic".
Actual Results: Observed diagnostic output: "iptables: Bad built-in chain name".
Expected Results: Error-free execution of the initscript.