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TCP session logging over time

Posted on 2008-06-25
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I can packet sniff and I love Sysinternals tcpview.exe, but I wonder if more insight can be shared, what I want to do is run a small footprint utility on a Windows box and log TCP sessions, need to know which client  IP/Hostnames are connecting to which server TCP ports (and even the windows process on that TCP port) and log over a period of time to understand usage patterns, perhaps windows has built in tools for this but if something could dump it to a slick report or graph that would be great
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You might be interested in an Microsoft tool, see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837243/EN-US/. It reports all activities on IP ports with associated process, but you cannot filter, so the output might be much.


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