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NAME

       firehol-iptrap - dynamically put IP addresses in an ipset

SYNOPSIS

       { iptrap | iptrap4 | iptrap6 } ipset type seconds [ timeout | counters ] [ method method ]
       [rule-params] [ except [rule-params] ]...

       { ipuntrap | ipuntrap4 | ipuntrap6 } ipset type [ timeout | counters ] [ method  method  ]
       [rule-params] [ except [rule-params] ]...

DESCRIPTION

       iptrap adds the IP addresses of the matching packets to ipset.

       ipuntrap deletes the IP addresses of the matching packets from ipset.

       Both  helpers do not affect the flow of traffic.  They do not ACCEPT, REJECT, DROP packets
       or affect the firewall in any way.

       ipset is the name of the ipset to use.

       type selects which of the IP addresses of the matching packets  will  be  used  (added  or
       removed from the ipset).  type can be src, dst, src,dst, dst,src, etc.  If type is a pair,
       then the ipset must be an ipset of pairs too.

       seconds is required by iptrap and gives the duration in seconds of the lifetime of each IP
       address  that is added to ipset.  Every matching packet will refresh this duration for the
       IP address in the ipset.  The Linux kernel will automatically remove the IP from the ipset
       when  this  time expires.  The user may monitor the remaining time for each IP, by running
       ipset list NAME (where NAME is the ipset parameter given in the iptrap command).

       The seconds value default will not set any seconds.  The ipset default will be used.

       A seconds of 0 (zero), writes to the ipset permanently (this is a  feature  of  the  ipset
       command, not the ipset FireHOL helper).

       The  keywords  timeout  and  counters  are mutually exclusive.  timeout is the default and
       means that each IP address every time is matched its  timeout  will  be  refreshed,  while
       counters  means  that its packets and bytes counters will be refreshed.  Unfortunately the
       kernel either re-add the IP in the ipset with the new timeout - but its counters  will  be
       lost, or just the counters will be updated, but the timeout will not be refreshed.

       method  is  defines  the storage method of the underlying ipset.  It accepts all the types
       the ipset commands accepts.

       method and type should match.  For example if method is  hash:ip  then  method  should  be
       either  src  or  dst.   If  method  is  hash:ip,ip then method should be either src,dst or
       dst,src.  If method is hash:ip,port,ip method should  be  src,src,dst  or  src,dst,dst  or
       dst,src,src  or  dst,dst,src.   For  more  information  check the manual page of the ipset
       command.

       The rule-params define a set of rule parameters to restrict the traffic that is matched to
       this helper.  See firehol-params(5) for more details.

       except  rule-params are used to exclude traffic, i.e.  traffic that normally is matched by
       the first set of rule-params, will be excluded if matched by the second.

       iptrap and ipuntrap are hooked on PREROUTING so it is only useful for incoming traffic.

       iptrap and ipuntrap cannot setup both IPv4 and IPv6 traps with one call.   The  reason  is
       that the ipset can either be IPv4 or IPv6.

       Both  helpers  will  create  the  ipset specified, if that ipset is not already created by
       other statements.  When the ipset is created by the iptrap helper, the ipset will  not  be
       reset (emptied) when the firewall is restarted.

       The  ipset  options  used  when  these  helpers  create  ipsets can be controlled with the
       variable IPTRAP_DEFAULT_IPSET_OPTIONS.

EXAMPLES

               # Example: mini-IDS
               # add to the ipset `trap` for an hour (3600 seconds) all IPs from all packets
               # coming from eth0 and going to tcp/3306 (mysql).
               iptrap4 src trap 3600 inface eth0 proto tcp dport 3306 log "TRAPPED HTTP"
               # block them
               blacklist4 full inface eth0 log "BLOCKED" src ipset:trap except src ipset:whitelist

               # Example: ipuntrap
               ipuntrap4 src trap inface eth0 src ipset:trap proto tcp dport 80 log "UNTRAPPED HTTP"

               # Example: a knock
               # The user will be able to knock at tcp/12345
               iptrap4 src knock1 30 inface eth0 proto tcp dport 12345 log "KNOCK STEP 1"
               # in 30 seconds knock at tcp/23456
               iptrap4 src knock2 60 inface eth0 proto tcp dport 23456 src ipset:knock1 log "KNOCK STEP 2"
               # in 60 seconds knock at tcp/34566
               iptrap4 src knock3 90 inface eth0 proto tcp dport 34567 src ipset:knock2 log "KNOCK STEP 3"
               #
               # and in 90 seconds ssh
               interface ...
                   server ssh accept src ipset:knock3

SEE ALSO

       · firehol(1) - FireHOL program

       · firehol.conf(5) - FireHOL configuration

       · FireHOL Website (http://firehol.org/)

       · FireHOL Online PDF Manual (http://firehol.org/firehol-manual.pdf)

       · FireHOL Online Documentation (http://firehol.org/documentation/)

AUTHORS

       FireHOL Team.