[HPADM] Monitor Socket Connection Attempts?
From: Jim Turner (JTurner@hertz.com)
To: email@example.com From: "Jim Turner" <JTurner@hertz.com> Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 10:32:27 -0500
I should add that we can connect to the queue in question from a local
server with no problem at all. Sorry for the extra bandwidth for the
Here's the situation: I'm working with an outside vendor that connects to
us via MQ Series through a firewall to a server in our environment. The
vendor says he's making a connection attempt. The LAN guys say they see
the connection attempt at the firewall and that it must be a problem on
"our end" not accepting the connection. However, I never see a socket
connection from the vendor with netstat. Further, it is our contention
that the connection request is never making it to our box.
Is there a good way to reliably monitor/log all TCP connection attempts
(successful and unsuccessful) that my HP-UX box gets?
[Cross-posted to itrc hp-ux forum]
Sr. UNIX Systems Programmer
The Hertz Corporation
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