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Is there a command to monitor connections to my server via SSH.  Also can I monitor just a certain IP address?
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Monitor?

Use
netstat -antpu

To see all network connections

Do you want to restrict to certain IP addresses for ssh?

You can use tcpwrappers to do it.

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Monitoring could mean a lot of different things.

Take a look at the following resource
http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/top-linux-monitoring-tools.html
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If the above doesn't answer your question, please be a little more specific.
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