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tcplog.conf - configuration file for tcplog(8).
The tcplog(8) configuration file is used to specify the level at which
connections to given ports should be logged.
Log levels for packets are specified using the ââtype [level]ââ rule
A default log level can be specified with the level keyword, which is
used for port numbers which have not been explicitly assigned a level
in the configuration.
The default syslog facility can be overriden with the facility keyword.
The âexceptâ keyword can be used to specify a list of hosts from which
connections should be ignored.
Lines beginning with â#â (shell-style comments) and blank lines in the
configuration file are ignored.
An example configuration is included with the source distribution and
is installed by default into /etc/tcplog.conf
except [host], [host], [host]
Specify a list of hosts to ignore connection requests from. The
list can be comma or whitespace separated, and may contain
fragments like â192.168.â and â.foo.comâ. If the fragment is
numeric, it is compared with the IP of the source host,
otherwise the comparison is made with the resolved hostname.
Specify the default logging level. The level can be any one of
IGNORE, ERR, WARNING, NOTICE, INFO and DEBUG.
Specify the default logging facility. The facility can be any
one of USER, DAEMON and LOCAL0-7.
This is a generic rule which specifies the level at which
connections to a certain port are logged. The service can either
be a numeric port number, or a service name (as specified in
/etc/services ). The level, as above, is a syslog.h symbolic
tcplog(8), icmplog(8), icmplog.conf(5), syslogd(8)
jail is distributed under the Artistic License.
Abhijit Menon-Sen <email@example.com>
$Id: tcplog.conf.5,v 1.7 2001/02/19 10:06:17 ams Exp $