While there is not an 'official' way to do so, I think
you can do sysmond -p 0
Which sets the listen-port to 0.
I'll implement a feature to disable the listening
in the next release.
On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 03:55:13PM +0200, Lauri Anton wrote:
> I have sysmond up and running and I am quite happy with it.
> But there is problem with turning off listenin on port. I don't want that
> anybody in the net would step by and take a look about those hosts which are
> down right now.
> I tried 'config nologconnects;' and 'config authkey "foobar";' and i didn't
> notice any difference, sysmon still happily connected to monitoring
> Did I miss some place to dig?
> Rgds :)
> Lauri Anton
> ( anton@EENet.ee )
> ( +3727302126 )
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