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On Tue, 2007-09-11 at 10:05 -0700, Knute Johnson wrote:
> Turns out it doesn't log connections from clients and that is what I
> was looking for. 

I suppose you could make up some iptables rules that logged connections
to the NTP ports.

e.g. iptables --append INPUT --jump LOG --protocol udp --destination-port ntp --log-prefix "firewall{NTP}:  "

But, if you have other rules generated beforehand, you'd might have to
insert rather than append.

You'd find something with lines beginning with "firewall{NTP}:" in
your /var/log/messages file for accesses to that port.

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