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Logging issue

Hi!

I have an NTP server and I would like to log every client requests. 
Actually I'm interesting about clients IP addresses.

How can I do that? Should I put a line to ntp.conf file?

-Hannu

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Hannu
6/30/2003 11:04:30 AM
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In article <ZOULa.164$W51.162@reader1.news.jippii.net>, Hannu wrote:
>I have an NTP server and I would like to log every client requests. 
>Actually I'm interesting about clients IP addresses.

ntpdc -c monlist

>How can I do that? Should I put a line to ntp.conf file?

it's enabled by default, to disable put "disable monitor" line.

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ptrojane
6/30/2003 3:28:26 PM
>I have an NTP server and I would like to log every client requests. 
>Actually I'm interesting about clients IP addresses.
>
>How can I do that? Should I put a line to ntp.conf file?

I don't know how to do that.  It would generate a lot of
data in a busy server.  I'd suggest one of the ethernet
spying programs.


If you have a small system, the answers may fit in the cache.

Try
    ntpdc -c monlist

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hmurray
6/30/2003 3:32:45 PM
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