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XTM505 firewall Jabber activity

Posted on 2011-02-14
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I need to know where who is using Jabber activity in my network, how can i know which computer is accessing this type of messenger, can anyone help? I need to report and stop this Jabber activity ASAP through my firewall xtm505 watchguard.
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Use the Firebox system manager click on traffic monitor and look for traffic using port 5222

To stop it create a rule to deny port 5222 from LAN to WAN or any trusted to any external
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Using traffic monitor i went on filter option box and enter 5222 port so when there was activity i was able to detect the ip address. I also created a rule to deny 5222 port. Thanks a bunch!
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