SNAT Logging

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Hi All,

I’m running our network with an 10/8 IPv4 subnets, with an SNAT catch all rule on the iptables firewall to the world.

Is there a pratical way to log each connection? Maybe an “automatic hotspot”
wich will assign an “external” IP to each “internal” one, and log it.

What are you using folks?

Thanks,

Antonio.


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