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Hello,
I have a redhat 6.1 doing IP Masquerade with ipchains. I also installed SNMP.
Is there an application that allows me to see who is doing what "live" through the linux box? Similar to the screen on gatekeeper for wingate...

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Marcelo
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ntop (www.ntop.org), and to a lesser extent mrtg (www.mrtg.org)

But none of them are quite as "user friendly" as gatekeeper.
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