Double ip-address in the lists

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bicado mah
2009-09-15
2013-03-06
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    I install IPAudit and work fine. The only "problem" is I get double line in my lists. Why? Is an install problem or is something else wrong?

    Thanks in advance,
    Bicado

    PS: Thank you Jon Rifkin and all who worked with IPAudit for the great job you make with it. Wonderful job with the support also. Thanks again!

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    Also I get  two lines of everything. Double lines with the same content.

    /Bicado

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    Please, I need help. What can I do to solve this problem.

    The system is a Debian Lenny.

    I've checked all I could but I don't find anything wrong.

    Regards,

    Bicado

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    I find the following abnormal things:

    I have one MakeReport30 file and one MakeReport30~. I deleted the MakeReport30~ file.

    I found double series of all host name and ip address in html files with 30min reports.

    /Bicado

     
  • Jon Rifkin

    Jon Rifkin - 2009-09-15

    Could you cut and paste an example of this double IP in your output?

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    `<td width="90" align="right">
    Local Hosts<br>Contacted
    </td>
    </tr>
    <tr><td bgcolor=><font size=-1><a href=/~ipaudit/cgi-bin/SearchIpauditData?date=2009-09-14-16:30&ip=195.178.XXX.YYY&sort=0>195.178.XXX.YYY</a></td>
    <td bgcolor=><font size=-1>SLP01.ZZZ.se</td>
    <td bgcolor=><font size=-1>3</td></tr>
    <tr bgcolor="#ffffff">
    <td><a href=/~ipaudit/cgi-bin/SearchIpauditData?date=2009-09-14-16:30&ip=195.178.XXX.YYY&sort=0>195.178.XXX.YYY</a></td>
    <td>SLP01.ZZZ.se</td>
    <td align=right>3</td>
    </tr>
    <tr><td bgcolor=><font size=-1><a href=/~ipaudit/cgi-bin/SearchIpauditData?date=2009-09-14-16:30&ip=195.178.XXX.TTT&sort=0>195.178.XXX.TTT</a></td>
    <td bgcolor=><font size=-1>DDNS02.ZZZ.se</td>
    <td bgcolor=><font size=-1>2</td></tr>
    <tr bgcolor="#F5F5DC">
    <td><a href=/~ipaudit/cgi-bin/SearchIpauditData?date=2009-09-14-16:30&ip=195.178.XXX.TTT&sort=0>195.178.XXX.TTT</a></td>
    <td>DDNS02.ZZZ.se</td>
    <td align=right>2</td>
    </tr>
    `
    It's not look so pretty but it's from the html code generated file and with tags looks in this way. I can't paste plain text.

    Many thanks!

    Best regards,

    Bicado.

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-15

    Possible Outgoing Scan Hosts

    IP Host Name Remote Hosts Contacted

    010.225.xxx.yyy   4

    010.225.xxx.yyy   4

    010.226.aaa.bbb   1

    010.226.aaa.bbb   1

    010.225.ccc.ddd   1

    010.225.ccc.ddd   1

    And so on. This is from the list in Firefox. In this specific example I don't have name on the hosts.

    Regards,
    Bicado

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-16

    Hi there,

    Is somebody who have a idea what can I do to solve this problem? It's quite annoying. I'm not sure if IPAudit calculate the traffic well or not. Maybe IPAudit double it in the statistics.

    Thanks in advance!

    Regards,
    Bicado

     
  • Jon Rifkin

    Jon Rifkin - 2009-09-16

    I'm currently looking into it.  I might need your help in a day or two to pinpoint the cause.

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-16

    Thanks for answer.

    If I post here html code it's not so readable. If I could have an e-mail address I can send copy off all files you need.

    Regards,

    Bicado.

     
  • bicado mah

    bicado mah - 2009-09-21

    Hi Jon,

    Did you have a solution for this matter? Should I reinstall IPAudit? I loose the old information, if I do so. What can I do?

    Best regards,
    Bicado

     
  • Jon Rifkin

    Jon Rifkin - 2009-09-21

    Bicado -

    Please email me at

    jon.rifkin at uconn.edu

    so I can offer some help with your double ip problem.

     
  • Alexandros Couloumbis

    you can try using the killReport.pl script

     

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