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@@ -61,16 +61,18 @@ ipset and its match and target from iptables. Compatibilities and incompatibilities: -- The ipset 5.x userspace utility contains a backward compatibility +- The ipset 6.x userspace utility contains a backward compatibility interface to support the commandline syntax of ipset 4.x. -- The ipset 5.x userspace utility can't talk to the kernel part of ipset 4.x. -- The ipset 5.x kernel part can't talk to the userspace utility from - ipset 4.x. -- The ipset 5.x kernel part can work together with the set match and SET + The commandline syntax of ipset 6.x is fully compatible with 5.x. +- The ipset 6.x userspace utility can't talk to the kernel part of ipset 5.x + or 4.x. +- The ipset 6.x kernel part can't talk to the userspace utility from + ipset 5.x or 4.x. +- The ipset 6.x kernel part can work together with the set match and SET target from iptables 1.4.7 and below, however if you need the IPv6 support - from ipset 5.x, then you have to use iptables 1.4.8 or above. + from ipset 6.x, then you have to use iptables 1.4.8 or above. -The ipset 5.x can interpret the commandline syntax of ipset 4.x, however +The ipset 6.x can interpret the commandline syntax of ipset 4.x, however some internal changes mean different behaviour: - The "--matchunset" flag for the macipmap type is ignored and not used @@ -82,5 +84,5 @@ some internal changes mean different behaviour: - The hash types are not resized when new entries are added by the SET target. If you use a set together with the SET target, create it with the proper size because it won't be resized automatically. -- The iptree, iptreemap types are not implemented in ipset 5.x. The types +- The iptree, iptreemap types are not implemented in ipset 6.x. The types are automatically substituted with the hash:ip type. |