Re: RE: Bizarre traffic

you can use
netstat -naptu | grep -i established
this should show you all the connection going out and you will also
see which process is causing them

On 23 Feb 2006 13:44:16 -0000, selfinnoculation@xxxxxxxxx
<selfinnoculation@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am not too sure if I can agree with you at this moment, David. It is indeed weird that traffic is only heading towards the HTTPS port.

Have you considered running a netmon service on that source machine to see which application is actually sending out requests for HTTPS? You might be able to nail the culprit there.

Good luck.

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