Red Hat: Benchmarking nftables

[…] To me, the most prominent information to draw from this little experiment is that similar iptables and nftables setups are comparable in performance. Yes, nftables is usually a bit behind, but given that development focus at this point is still on functionality rather than performance, I’m sure this is subject to change in the near future.

Regarding scalability, ipset is a blessing to any iptables set up. Nftables follow the path with their native implementation of sets and take the concept to a higher level by extending the list of supported data types and allowing it to be used in further applications using (verdict) maps. more

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