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Old 01-24-2011, 04:56 PM   #1
prafulnama
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Correlate client and server connections DANTE


Hi,

I've been looking into the possibility of correlating/gluing together, connections to and from a Socks proxy (running Dante). I would like to associate a client IP/port, a proxy port and the destination IP/port but I've not found enough information in the default Dante logs. It doesn't even tell you the source port that the proxy used in its connection to the final destination. I would appreciate any insight into this. Thanks!
 
  


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