iptables-xml [-c] [-v]

       iptables-xml  is  used  to  convert the output of iptables-save into an
       easily manipulatable XML format to STDOUT.   Use  I/O-redirection  pro-
       vided by your shell to write to a file.

       -c, --combine
              combine  consecutive  rules  with the same matches but different
              targets. iptables does not currently support more than one  tar-
              get  per match, so this simulates that by collecting the targets
              from consecutive iptables rules into one action  tag,  but  only
              when  the  rule  matches are identical. Terminating actions like
              RETURN, DROP, ACCEPT and QUEUE are not combined with  subsequent

       -v, --verbose
              Output  xml comments containing the iptables line from which the
              XML is derived

       iptables-xml does a mechanistic conversion to  a  very  expressive  xml
       format;  the  only semantic considerations are for -g and -j targets in
       order to discriminate between <call> <goto> and <nane-of-target> as  it
       helps  xml processing scripts if they can tell the difference between a
       target like SNAT and another chain.

       Some sample output is:

         <table name="mangle">
           <chain name="PREROUTING" policy="ACCEPT" packet-count="63436" byte-
         </table> </iptables-rules>

       Sam Liddicott <azez@ufomechanic.net>

       iptables-save(8), iptables-restore(8), iptables(8)

iptables 1.4.21                                                IPTABLES-XML(1)
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