Monitoring AMBESERVER traffic


Tom Corcoran
 

Tnx John. I appreciate the speedy response. 

Tom VE3NY 


 

Not really.  If you wanted to monitor debug output for activity you can use the -x flag to the ambeserver.

AMBEserver is really a stateless daemon, it doesn't track who/what is sending it traffic and there is no session information to know that a user is accessing it.

On Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 8:29 AM Michael KD5DFB <mhebert1975@...> wrote:
Good Question! I would like to know too. 

On top of Tom's question, does it create a log file ? If so, where? 


On Mon, Jan 14, 2019, 10:26 <tcorcoran@... wrote:
Is there a terminal command to monitor traffic on the RPi/COMPASS AMBEserver? My server is accessible by a few friends and I’d like to know when the server is being used. 

Tnx .... Tom VE3NY 



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Michael KD5DFB
 

Good Question! I would like to know too. 

On top of Tom's question, does it create a log file ? If so, where? 


On Mon, Jan 14, 2019, 10:26 <tcorcoran@... wrote:
Is there a terminal command to monitor traffic on the RPi/COMPASS AMBEserver? My server is accessible by a few friends and I’d like to know when the server is being used. 

Tnx .... Tom VE3NY 


Tom Corcoran
 

Is there a terminal command to monitor traffic on the RPi/COMPASS AMBEserver? My server is accessible by a few friends and I’d like to know when the server is being used. 

Tnx .... Tom VE3NY