Re: How to drop all INCOMING requests and syslog it ?
Hello Juan Carlos,
Am 2003-12-31 01:41:07, schrieb Juan Carlos Inostroza:
>On Tue, 30 Dec 2003 18:01:02 +0100, Michelle Konzack
><firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote :
>> Q 3: Is ther a way in iptables to log the Stuff
>> to another File as syslog ?
>> e.g. /var/log/ipt_reject
>I guess not.
Found: TARGET ULOG
>But, to log all matching packets, from the iptables man page:
> This is a "non-terminating target",
> i.e. rule traversal continues at the next rule. So if you
> want to LOG the packets you refuse, use two separate rules
> with the same matching criterias, first using target LOG
> then DROP (or REJECT).
>in plain english (by example, port 445, tcp)
>iptables -N port445
>iptables -A port445 -j LOG
This is for logging in syslog...
I have installed the 'ulogd' and if I use the target ULOG I have
a seperated LOGFILE.
>iptables -A port445 -j DROP
>iptables -P port445 -j DROP
>iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 445 -j port445
Now I understand a little bit better, how "-j ..." is working...
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