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How can I know who have login by dialup network as if I know every IP address of modems ?

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Need more information about your system, programs, Operating System, circumstances...

Add a bit more time in your query and perhaps a little bit more points... And: Why posting this query three times???

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Restart the INET daemon, with the '-l' option, to add "logging".
Use the '/etc/last' command to list the details.

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