Re: cleaning up my firewall script...
IIRC you can pass logs to any facility and level, even making up your own. Then you add something
# in /etc/syslog.conf
--- Bjoern Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mike Mestnik wrote:
> > That's surprising...
> > It could be pkts from a non IP interface(maby your loopback?) or from a non IP protocol? Even
> > they should have been caught by your blank rule. This would seam like a problem, one that
> > be explotable. See if you can catch the pkts in question with tcpdump or the like, that might
> > helpfull.
> Is there any netfilter target which redirects packets into one or more
> files? An existing FILELOGGER target would be great:
> iptables -P INPUT -j FILELOGGER --d-folder /slippedpackets/
> Then i could change the chain policy to save these packets in an easier
> way than using tcpdump...
> Bjoern Schmidt
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