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I m using vsftpd as a ftp server. I wonder if there is way to find out which users are using this service on my network when they are logged ...
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    How to know which clients are using the ftp service on the network


    I m using vsftpd as a ftp server. I wonder if there is way to find out which users are using this service on my network when they are logged in ftp.
    Only if I could understand the man pages
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    network snooping

    I assume you have tried wireshark?
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    hey thanks I didn't knw that Ethereal is now Wireshark
    and for the ftp thing I got this link how to know how many user's connected to ftp and http server - UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users - The UNIX and Linux Forums
    Only if I could understand the man pages
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    Thanks for the link!
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