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Manual Reference Pages  -  CLOG (8)

NAME

clog - tcp connection logger daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Author

SYNOPSIS

clog [-h] [-b] [-r] [-p] [-i interface ] [-o outfile ] [-f filter ]

DESCRIPTION

clog is a program that logs all connections on your subnet. It uses the pcap(3) packet capture library to log any SYN packets to a logfile. The output format is designed to be very easily parsed by various text processing tools. The logfiles have the following format:

date|source_host|source_port|dest_host|dest_port

OPTIONS

-b Run clog in the background
-r Resolve all addressed into hostnames instead of IP addresses
-p Don’t turn on promiscuous mode
-i Specify what interface to use
-o Specify what file to log to, default is stdout
-f Specify a alternate filter expression

AUTHOR

Brian Mitchell <brian@saturn.net>

SEE ALSO

pcap(3)
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Linux CLOG (8) MAY 1996

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