yes, 't’s me again … :]
Accidentally, I had a glance at the “iptables firewall” logs on the « rapports de synthèse » page, in order to find some IPs to eventually block (because too much scans), but … I were very surprised to see that I only get the “iptables firewall” logs for 01 to 04 of January, but no more from the 05, which is the day I started Tor-addon (which, now, works like a charm, vielen Dank für alles).
I’m puzzled 'bout that … is this normal?
I hope this is not and I also hope somebody will send a tip on how to recover iptables logs.
[I want my logs back ! ]
I must precise that the page itself (“rapports de synthèse”) is OK, as I get the “http server”, “init”, “kernel”, etc… logs ; only the “iptables firewall” § have disappeared.
Thanks for having reading me till there.
The 5th will have been when you also updated to Core Update 153. The long lists of IP Addresses were removed from the summary page.
You can still access all the information out of the Firewall Logs and the Logs by IP, Port and Country.
[and thanx for quick replying]
The 5th will have been when you also updated to Core Update 153.
Erf… you’re true … I updated to 153 the same day it seems … I’ve forgotten (simple formality).
blog.ipfire.org - IPFire 2.25 - Core Update 153 released
Oooops… my bad !
I got this page (with 2 or 3) in tabs here, but not yet red it and … voila.
[Pffff… if this continues I’ll go back hiding under my carpet]
My only excuse : I was very occupied (stressed) by the “little problem” I had with Tor-addon not operating well, I tabbed the ChangeLog of 153 just before.
You can still access all the information out of the Firewall Logs […]
Good to read that [the Margret Thatcher in me will be happy ! ], thanks!
I’ll go read some blog pages right now!
Vielen Dank, Adolf, Tschüß !