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Old 08-23-2004, 06:52 AM   #1
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' last -i ' command output


last -i : Command displays all users login details including <host ip-addr > from which they logged into the current system .
My system is not a Server but connected to inet.

praveenv some other details......

here < praveenv > is user name who logged in( it is mysely local....) is host <ip-addr> from which he logged in , the <remote host ip-addr> is neither local in my network nor my <ip-series>

Why it is displaying like that ?

kindly help............
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