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ringo.lee

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To all,

Just wonder that: is there a way to track down how many connections and where those connections from from a particular IP address?

Reason: Latey, I have received a report from Kerio firewall which stated that xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx reached its connection limit. When I tried to backtracing the problem, I did not find any logs that can help. So, I need help in here from you. If it is possible, may someone shoot me some light? Thanks in advance.

Have a nice day

Sincerely,

Ringo Lee

[Updated on: Mon, 31 May 2010 11:48]

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KursadOlmez

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Hi,

You can monitor your clients connection counts by customizing the Active Hosts window. You can see what i mean on the screenshot below;

http://proxima.web.tr/pub/kerio/Connection-Count.png


I hope that this is what you want.


Kursad
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ringo.lee

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Dear KursadOlmez,

Thank you for your reply. Smile It is very helpful. One more things, how can I log this data for a period of time? And also, is that possible to record the source of the connections? Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,

Ringo Lee
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