[clug] IPTables question
kim.holburn at gmail.com
Sat May 12 11:42:21 GMT 2007
I used net-acct for that. It's a separate package but gives similar
info to netflows although there are lots of ways of configuring
netflow information. net-acct or nacct on debian.
On 2007/May/12, at 1:06 PM, Michael Cohen wrote:
> Hi list,
> I am trying to add logging to my iptables firewall. I can use the
> LOG action
> when placed in front of any rule which will log a message
> whenever a packet
> (or established session) matches that rule in that chain. However
> I want to
> be able to tell the length of connections and the amount of
> traffic exchanged
> per connection as per netflow for example.
> Is it even possible to do with iptables or do I have to resort to
> some other
> tool? Which tool is preferable in that case?
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