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I have a problem with an application (VisualSVN) that is hosted on Amazons ec2.

when I try to connect to svn it refuses the connection. What I want to know is if an actual connection attempt is coming through to the application and the application is actively refusing it.

so is there a way to see incoming connections?

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I found Microsofts Network Monitoring tool, it seems to do the job nicely

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Link URL For MS Network Monitor: bit.ly/4i3CzV – Ben Short Nov 2 '09 at 4:12

Wireshark is my tool of choice for such things. If you don't want to install it grab the portable version, which is handy to keep on your USB stick.

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