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Seeing who is on the network and a bit more

You could configure that machine to have a constant address and then
setup filters to watch what traffic comes from that address?


"Phil Buckley" <phil at> writes:

> I have a client that I do basic server admin for remotely. Nothing very
> difficult, mostly just add new email addresses now and then.
> I originally installed his rh7.2 system to be a gateway, and dhcp
> server mostly. He is having a problem with one person in the building
> that plugs into his network for access, and he fears that the person is
> up to something fishy...
> Is there a way for me to keep an eye open on just that one machine that
> doesn''t require alot of effort on my part?
> I was reading an article about SAINT in one of the linux mags last
> week, but haven't tried anything like that... would that be the answer?
> Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
> Phil
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