Home Learn Linux Linux Answers Hardware in my office one server is there that ip is but i dont no paswd for that . but i want who are all accessing with ip address . is it possible ?? is there any commands for that??
  • Do you have any user sudoer?

    Answered by Gonkun
    5 years ago
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  • if you don't know the password, then you aren't the admin and have no business monitoring who is using the server. If you find a way to do so, then the admin isn't doing their job of properly securing the server.

    Answered by lewmur
    5 years ago
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  • Assuming that you have an account on the server yourself, and all you want is to know who else is logging into the box, and from which IP, you just need to issue the command "who"

    If you are implying that you want to obtain root level access to the server, well ... that's a whole different story.

    Answered by gomer
    5 years ago
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  • Depends on what you're trying to do. Are you trying to find out who accesses a particular server (web, samba, nfs?) if you have access to the server.

    If you have access to the server (as a regular user)

    To see all IPs that are connected to the server and type

    netstat -an

    If you want to see access to certain applications (like web server) you're going to have to look through the logs, but you'll need the admins permission to do that.

    Answered by pbulteel
    5 years ago
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