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  1. #1
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    Log Files

    Hi there!
    I have no much of experience in this matter.

    - I would like to know if any one knows a website with the information about the relevant unix logs for I learn (tryed google but still not the information I needed)

    - I would like to have a aplication or a metod to see wich ip's are connect to wich ports (like the information you get on a windows firewall ( tryed to connect xx port) something like that.

    If you can help I apreciate !

    - using slack 10 -

  2. #2
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    Sep 2003
    St.Charles, Missouri, USA
    If you have a firewall installed on your computer then there should be a config option to show you where the log is. If a port is closed and there is no service running on it then chances are that any tried connections on that port wont be logged. If a port has a service running on it then check /var/log/<service>/ for logs.
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  3. #3
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    Jan 2004
    Belgrade, S&M
    You could type netstat -tp. Alternatively you can try out any of the network monitoring progs mentioned in the above post.

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