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Version information

  • 1.0.1 (latest)
released Aug 29th 2012

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Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'bisscuitt-conntrackd', '1.0.1'
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bolt module add bisscuitt-conntrackd
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puppet module install bisscuitt-conntrackd --version 1.0.1

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bisscuitt/conntrackd — version 1.0.1 Aug 29th 2012


Puppet module to manage conntrackd.

Have a look at the main module class (init.pp) to see what this module does on a node plus usage examples.


Supports both ipv4 and ipv6, all conntrackd options and all sync modes.

Tested and working with Ubuntu 12.04 and Debian Squeeze.

This module is designed to work with Puppet version 2.7.x or newer.


This module has got the following module dependencies:

[stdlib] Version 2.3.1 or newer. Standard library of useful resources by Puppet Labs. It provides functions like validate_*(), is_*() and empty(). More information:

Usage examples

Install and manage the conntrackd service

  class  { "conntrackd": }

Multicast Sync over eth1 using the default FTFW sync mode:

  class { "conntrackd::config":
          protocol       => 'Multicast',
          interface      => 'eth1',
          ipv4_address   => ${multicast_address},
          ipv4_interface => ${ipaddress_eth1},

UDP Sync over eth2 using the ALARM sync mode:

  class  { "conntrackd::config":
          sync_mode      => 'ALARM',
          protocol       => 'UDP',
          interface      => 'eth2',
          ipv4_address   => ${ipaddress_eth2},
          udp_ipv4_dest  => ${other_remote_host},

Remove service, package and configuration of conntrackd:

  class  { "conntrackd":
          ensure         => 'absent'

You can find more examples in the examples dir.


* Add support for RedHat based systems 

## Links

* Official conntrackd website <>
* Official project page <>
* Official Puppet Style Guide <>

## License, Copyright

See COPYING and NOTICE file in the root directory of this module.