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how to monitor telnet sessions with snmp or netflow

my company has a modified version of nagios that we use to monitor our servers and network equipment.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Rick Hobbs

You could run netstat -an | find “:23 “ at a command prompt, or use a >> filename to save them into a file.  If you just want the number of connections, use @(netstat -an | select-string “:23 “).count in Powershell.  Of course, you can set any of these up in a cmd file and use scheduler to run it.
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