I need to know what external connections (WAN) a server is using over a period of a day. I thought of using Wireshark or netstat >textfile or even windows firewall but am not sure how the best way would be. Once I have a days worth I can then create static routes for these connections and remove the default gateway to restrict the servers outbound connections.
You can certainly use
netstat -abnt 10 |findstr /rv 127.0.0.1 | findstr ESTABLISHED >somefile.txt
to query netstat every 10 seconds breaking down ip:port. Creating static routes and removing the gateway
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