# iptables -t tproxy -n -L iptables v1.3.5: can't initialize iptables table `tproxy': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?) P... [by eeduardomn]
I'm running iptables v1.4.21 on Ubuntu 14.04 and is trying to setup iptables to use TPROXY.
How can I check whether my current build of iptables supports TPROXY? I can check TPROXY support for HAProxy using haproxy -vv, is there something similar for iptables?
If there is no TPROXY support, does a TPROXY patch exist for iptables v1.4.21? Or is another version of iptables more suitable?
This is the error i am getting in logcat:
runIptablesCmd(): failed /system/bin/iptables -t raw -A bw_raw_PREROUTING ! -i lo+ -m owner --socket-exists res=768
After issued strace -c netd i got the following things.