Stats per connection

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  1. gagman

    gagman Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Some firewalls have an activity log, or whatever it is named, with the following information :
    bytes sent per connection
    bytes received per connection
    bytes per second per connection

    I know outpost has those informations, Kerio too.
    Sygate has only total of bytes (sent/received) per program, and not per connection.

    May I ask you to tell me what kind of info your FW has, and if there is the PER CONNECTION information ?

    Thanks for your help.
     
  2. herbalist

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    Didn't know which version of Kerio you were familiar with so I posted this.
    The Kerio 2.1.5 status screen has the following columns for each connection:

    Application, Protocol, Local address and port, Remote address and port, State, RX bytes, RX speed, TX bytes, TX speed.

    For applications that make more than one connection, this information is displayed for each connection separately.
    Click image to enlarge.
    http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q277/herbalist-rick/KPFstatusscreen50.gif
    Rick
     
  3. gagman

    gagman Registered Member

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    Thanks for that info, I didn't know that Kerio 2.1.5 can display those information.
    I prefer using kerio 2 instead of kerio 4.

    And for other FWs ? Some with this kind of info ?
     
  4. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi Gagman :)

    The raw log of Look 'n'Stop give the information needed but not formatted like you wish. The data may be imported in a spreadsheet and organised for stats and graphics based on these values:

    A- Date
    B- Hour in UTC
    C- UTC
    D- D = Download or U = Upload
    E- 1 = authorised or 0 = blocked
    F- sequence number
    G- rules id
    H- Ethernet Type
    I- Packet size
    J- Source IP
    K- Destination IP
    L- Protocol number
    M- Source Port
    N- Destination Port


    :)
     
  5. gagman

    gagman Registered Member

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    Bonjour Climenole, and thank you for this info.

    Seems that LnS has not exactly the king of info I am looking for, and let's say not directly available.
    The LnS raw log is an interesting log, which can be use for a lot of purpose (as you say - with a spreadsheet).

    Any other FW with quite the same format as the screenshot ? I mean bytes sent/received per connection.
     
  6. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hello there. :)

    Some info on connections with Jetico v2 when Bittorrenting...

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    Cheers. :thumb:
     
  8. gagman

    gagman Registered Member

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    So for now, there are 3 firewalls matching the "display bytes sent/received per connection" option :
    Kerio
    Outpost
    Jetico


    Any more maybe ?
     
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