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Old 12-09-2008, 07:21 PM
Carlos Carrero Gutierrez
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
can be not interactive (of course).

Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
paquet is correct or not.

Somebody could help me?

Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting).


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Old 12-09-2008, 07:21 PM
Carlos Carrero Gutierrez
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
can be not interactive (of course).

Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
paquet is correct or not.

Somebody could help me?

Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting).

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Old 12-09-2008, 07:21 PM
Carlos Carrero Gutierrez
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
can be not interactive (of course).

Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
paquet is correct or not.

Somebody could help me?

Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting).


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Old 12-09-2008, 07:29 PM
Don Levey
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Carlos Carrero Gutierrez wrote:
> Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
> to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
> can be not interactive (of course).
>
> Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
> paquet is correct or not.
>
> Somebody could help me?
>
> Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting).
>

Have you tried netstat -a?

-Don

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Old 12-09-2008, 07:32 PM
Eduardo M KALINOWSKI
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Carlos Carrero Gutierrez wrote:
> Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
> to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
> can be not interactive (of course).
>
> Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
> paquet is correct or not.
>
> Somebody could help me?
>
> Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting)

netstat will show open connections. There are some options for filtering
what is displayed and what is not, check the man page.


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Old 12-09-2008, 07:40 PM
Phil Meyer
 
Default I need to see open connections this moment - With Iptables i can only see logs

Don Levey wrote:

Carlos Carrero Gutierrez wrote:


Hi, i use Iptables and i would like to find a tool or software in order
to see my open connections. In doesn't care if it's a gui or not, and it
can be not interactive (of course).


Wireshark capture paquets but i can't be constantly searching if a
paquet is correct or not.

Somebody could help me?

Thank you very much, and sorry (i am doing crossposting).




Have you tried netstat -a?

-Don




And for a simple chart, with excellent visuals, try etherape.

Good luck!

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