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I tried this:

iptables -F
ip6tables -F

sudo nft list ruleset > /etc/nftables.conf

sudo service netfilter-persistent save

But after reboot when i run

nft list ruleset 

i see nothing. I think that netfilter-persistent don't see my file with rules. I use debian Buster.

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By itself netfilter-persistent does nothing, it's a plugin framework only. It does not read /etc/nftables.conf in particular. You should have nftables plugins installed under /usr/share/netfilter-persistent/plugins.d for it to work with nftables. However, I don't think such plugins are available in any package; you'll have to write them yourself (in the language you prefer).

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