A kind of pflug guard held centrally with the tip somewhat elevated above the eye line to provide excellent parrying capability at the expense of thrusting counter, in fact a slightly extended eisenport position is often used to describe the gerade versetzung (straight parrying).
The longsword version is identical to the one shown in the rappier section in most respects (except that two hands are used, of course).
Meyer sometimes uses the term eisenport to refer to his schranckhut/cross (he calls this the Italian usage of eisenport; in this case we will refer to that guard accordingly.
A midline guard providing excellent parrying and is the most versatile of guards. Meyer advises all six of the parryings can be used from here: