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I have a Redhat 6 64 bit linux Server for hosting one of my java application.I want to put my server in internet and allowed to access my remote clients from outside through 8080 port.Please give me a proper solution to track all access or hitting came from the internet to the server.Is there any open source tools available for my requirement.

Means i Want to monitor all incoming connections to this server and please give me proper solution for that.

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closed as off topic by Zoredache, Bart De Vos, sysadmin1138 Aug 9 '12 at 17:20

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Please define all access. What exactly are you expecting to see? – Zoredache Feb 22 '12 at 8:32
Product and service recommendations are off topic per the updated FAQ. – sysadmin1138 Aug 9 '12 at 17:21

Try to use IPTables. Include

"iptables -A INPUT -p all --dport 8080 -j LOG --log-prefix 'Remote access : ' "

You will be not able to just add this and run. You need to write a complete iptable script. But this is the easiest way.

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This is a good trick, but it will also log any other kernel warning messages to that log, which is not necessarily what you want. Using filters with rsyslog is a better approach. See this tutorial for details on how to do that:… – Yanick Girouard Feb 22 '12 at 13:52

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