Hello and thanks for the MANY quick replies.
The original question was:
> I have a question that I have looked through the docs and SUMMARIES
> for but can't quite find the solution I am looking for. I have two older
> sparc machines (SPARC 10's model 30 and 512) that are running Solaris
> 2.6 with all recommended patch clusters.
> I would like to track all TCP network related activity. I.e. telnets, ftp's,
> pop3, etc, etc. What is the best method to track this? Can I perform this
> under the standard accounting software that comes with Solaris, and if
> so, how can I turn it on under Solaris 2.6.
The overwhelming response was to download and install tcp wrappers.
I was hoping Solaris 2.6 had a built in function to track all tcp activity
along with disk usage, system performance, memory, etc, but I guess
that would be just "pie in the sky".
Anyway, thank you all again for your responses. There were just too
many to list individually!
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