Iptables packet match module scripting language
ROPE is a "match module" for IpTables that matches packets using highly flexible rules, written in a simple purpose-designed scripting language. It was first written to support the next phase of the P2PWall project for controlling various styles of peer-to-peer application traffic, but its possible uses are much broader than this.
DocumentationUser tutorial available in HTML format from http://www.digitage.co.uk/rope/Basics; See also http://www.digitage.co.uk/rope/ for a complete list of documentation
released on 23 December 2005
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