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NAME

       tcplog - TCP packet logger.

SYNOPSIS

       tcplog [-f, --file filename ] [-n, --no-resolve] [-v, --version]

DESCRIPTION

       tcplog  ,  a  TCP packet logger, is a part of the jail (just another ip
       logger) package.

       tcplog is a small  (daemon)  process  which  logs  all  TCP  connection
       requests to the local host. The syslog level at which a given packet is
       logged is configurable depending on the destination port. Packets  from
       specific  hosts  can  be  ignored,  and  a  default  log  level  can be
       specified.

       tcplog can be useful in detecting attempted  denials  of  service,  and
       monitoring  network  traffic,  especially when used in conjunction with
       icmplog(8).

       The configuration is explained in the tcplog.conf(5) manual page.

OPTIONS

       -f, --file [ filename ]
              Use filename as the configuration file instead  of  the  default
              (/etc/tcplog.conf).

       -n, --no-resolve
              Do not resolve IP addresses to hostnames.

       -v, --version
              Display tcplog(8) version.

SEE ALSO

       tcplog.conf(5), icmplog(8), icmplog.conf(5), syslogd(8)

DISTRIBUTION

       jail is distributed under the Artistic License.

AUTHOR

       Abhijit Menon-Sen <ams@wiw.org>

       $Id: tcplog.8,v 1.7 2001/02/19 10:06:17 ams Exp $