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Does anyone know of a product that will monitor the packet actiivty for a Notes database application? We have Notes R6 mail client on the desktop (XP professional) accessing a Notes application that is running on a Domino R5 server (NT4). We would like to monitor the traffic between the Notes workstation and the Domino server as we run various operations in the Notes database application.
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Sjef Bosman earned 500 total points
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Hello swhite025,

TCP/IP level: try the free package Ethereal (if it still exists: www.ethereal.com or so)
Notes-level: you could enable NRPC logging, but it will generate LOADS of info. See also
http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&uid=swg27006235

Regards,
   Sjef
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start -> run> type cmd
in cmd prompt type -> netstat -bn |find "notes.exe"
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