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Log destination IP with iptables
I want to log destination IP addresses in my Ubuntu router. I have two network cards eth0 - 10.0.101.254 eth1 - 10.0.101.253 10.0.101.254 is the GW for all hosts on my network. The router ...
Feb 28 '12 at 22:32
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