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CentOS 7 - Updates for x86_64: unspecified: ipset

ipset - Manage Linux IP sets

License: GPLv2
Vendor: CentOS
IP sets are a framework inside the Linux kernel since version 2.4.x, which can
be administered by the ipset utility. Depending on the type, currently an IP
set may store IP addresses, (TCP/UDP) port numbers or IP addresses with MAC
addresses in a way, which ensures lightning speed when matching an entry
against a set.

If you want to:
 - store multiple IP addresses or port numbers and match against the collection
   by iptables at one swoop;
 - dynamically update iptables rules against IP addresses or ports without
   performance penalty;
 - express complex IP address and ports based rulesets with one single iptables
   rule and benefit from the speed of IP sets
then ipset may be the proper tool for you.


ipset-6.38-3.el7_6.x86_64 [43 KiB] Changelog by Stefano Brivio (2018-11-06):
- Fix loading of sets with dependencies on other sets (RHBZ#1646666)
ipset-6.38-2.el7.x86_64 [43 KiB] Changelog by Stefano Brivio (2018-06-27):
- Fix upgrade and downgrade triggers in specfile (RHBZ#1594722)
ipset-6.29-1.el7.x86_64 [41 KiB] Changelog by Thomas Woerner (2017-02-01):
- Rebase to 6.29 (RHBZ#1351299)
- Fixes:
  - Backport ipset capability to run in namespaces (RHBZ#1226051)
  - Fix service save with empty ipset list and existing ipset save file
  - Fix internal error at printing to output buffer (RHBZ#1395865)
ipset-6.19-6.el7.x86_64 [36 KiB] Changelog by Thomas Woerner (2016-08-17):
- Use /etc/sysconfig/ipset-config in service as EnvironmentFile (RHBZ#1136257)
- Use /etc/sysconfig/ipset for data as in RHEL-6 (RHBZ#1136257)
- No save on reload, but legacy save action (RHBZ#1136257)
ipset-6.19-4.el7.x86_64 [35 KiB] Changelog by Daniel Mach (2014-01-24):
- Mass rebuild 2014-01-24

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