|Feb 26, 2013, 01:03 PM||#1|
GUI interface to see who's connect to my OS X server via sFTP?
I swear I used to have some app that did something like this ages ago that I cannot find or recall after many Mac hardware changes and rebuilds.
If I'm not mistaken there is/was some simple app out there that you'd just open and it'd be a small window that showed each and every active connection, their source IP and maybe transfer info/activity.
Does anyone recall this or know of an alternative way to accomplish this?
I swear I have some people sucking the bandwidth by doing a bunch of sFTP transfers but want to see if that is the case and who it is.
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