last disconnection time of tcp/ip connection

April 19, 2011 at 21:36:39
Specs: Linux i686, 256mb
Hello,

I want to know the disconnection time of my broadband tcp/ip connection as it got disconnected while downloading data.

I use Vuze bit torrent client and JDownloader .

I use broadband internet connection and my os is slack 11. The problem I have been facing for last 2/3 days that my internet connection disconnected at night. My provider uses "Idle time out" kind of disconnection when a connection remains idle ( sending a small dialog box, stating "Idle time out") but they don't seem to use it on my connection. I told them not to use it because I download data at night and my system remains unattended at that time but somehow I'm getting the disconnections. Is there any logging facility so I can log the tcp/ip connection and disconnection time?

Plz help.

Thank you.



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#1
April 20, 2011 at 06:18:19
You might see it int the event viewer
Click start, run, type eventvwr & press enter.

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April 21, 2011 at 01:36:04
Thnx for the reply. I don't have event viewer as I use Slackware linux and it seems to be a windows feature. Isn't it? I really don't know. Althouth thnx again.

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#3
April 21, 2011 at 06:07:17
It's probably somewhere in /var/log

Yes, event viewer is Windows.

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April 21, 2011 at 09:34:27
yes, i checked the /var/log and needless to say didn't understand a bit, got info from net that /var/log can't be of any help in this regard as syslogd configured to log normal events and i need to configure iptables to detect it.
any tool?
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April 21, 2011 at 10:06:59
The logs to check would be that of the router or modem.

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