I know that there's a way to filter the print output of a command and I use this regularly in the /ip route print output.
But why it doesn't work on /ip firewall nat?
For example when I try to filter out only the connections from a particular source address - it does not work, I've got empty output. I use
/ip firewall connection print where src-address=x.x.x.x
I've just got an empty output like:
Flags: S - seen reply, A - assured
# PROTOCOL SRC-ADDRESS DST-ADDRESS TCP-STATE TIMEOUT
Am I missing something?