Look'n'Stop Log Reader ?????

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by cqc10, Jun 13, 2003.

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  1. cqc10

    cqc10 Registered Member

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    Does ANYONE know of a log reader that reads LnS logs?

    Just curious -

    Thx
     
  2. gkweb

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    No, i don't know one, but can i know why you want one? isn't it good with the LnS Tab viewer ?
    If you have something that you think could be improved, write your suggestions here, Look'n'Stop authors will read it ;)

    regards,

    gkweb.
     
  3. cqc10

    cqc10 Registered Member

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    Good question, and thank you for the reply!

    The log reader with LnS is decent right now, but I would like a little more information. I'm not looking for detailed and exhaustive reports, but I would like a little more control over how I view it.

    Some log readers for firewalls allow you to do more than just sort by the header. Some allow you to do things like right-click on an entry, and select "View all connections to this address", etc.

    Also, the WhoIs and TraceRt seems a little slow with LnS. Maybe its just me? Still, if I do a tracert or WhoIS with other programs, it is so much faster. Also, how about an NSLookup? (although I guess its done automaticallly with DNS resolving checked)

    Oh well . . . LnS is GREAT and I'm not complaining! :)

    I would like to be able to sort through my logs and "on the fly" view all connections TO port x, or all connections from IP y, etc. That type of thing can help me more quickly determine a pattern.

    In the short term, I've loaded the logs into MS Excel and performed filtering and sorting! Works okay, but its a manual process.

    Thanks!
     
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