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Re: [K12OSN] off topic - firefox history files



Joseph,

You can look in the dhcpd.leases file to find out
which MAC address (and therefore which terminal) had
which IP address.  On my Ubuntu machine, dhcpd.leases
is in /var/lib/dhcp3/

-Rob

--- Huck <dhuckaby paasda org> wrote:

> I don't understand "MAC gets which IP"..
> knowing the originating IP of the machine..you can
> track it back to the 
> specific machine and with the time/date stamp you
> can determine who was 
> at that machine during that time on that day. Then
> you can check against 
> 'last' if the log is deep enough to find out who was
> logged in at that 
> machine at that time.
> 
> --Huck
> 
> Joseph Bishay wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > On 10/11/06, Huck <dhuckaby paasda org> wrote:
> >> that should tell you the machine's IP address
> attempting to access it
> >> and the time/date stamp..
> > 
> >> From what I understand, unless you specify in the
> lts.conf file which
> > MAC gets which IP, knowing the IP that attempted
> to access the site
> > isn't very useful.  How would you trace it back to
> one person?
> > 
> > Joseph
> > 
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