Ryan Mann rmann at rmisp.net
Sat Dec 22 19:56:06 EST 2001

You can get rid of all of the rules in a certain table by by typing a
command like iptables -t table -F.  For example, to delete all of the
rules in the nat table, you would run the command "iptables -t nat -F.

On Sat, 22 Dec 2001, Deedra Waters wrote:

> anyone know if there's a way to temperarilly disable iptables with out
> rebooting?
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