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Old 08-04-2003, 09:04 PM   #1
tarballedtux
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firewall log parser


I'm looking for a firewall log parser that can sort and make some sense out of the logs I have from my firewall. I've tried firelogd and it plain didn't work. The catch is I customize the way the firewall logs stuff with "--log-prefix" commands. I was wondering if anyone out there had some neat scripts or someway to parse these logs into HTML or something nice. So maybe I can see which IPs are the most heavily blocked or which ports are having a lot of traffic on them.


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