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Chapter 8.7. Connection Sharing > Testing and Monitoring Connection Sharing

Testing and Monitoring Connection Sharing

Because the ICS service can be configured without turning on the Routing and Remote Access service, the only way to monitor it is through Network and Dial-up Connections. Right-clicking on either the Internal or External interface and choosing Status will display information about the speed, duration, and byte flow of the connection.

Monitoring the full NAT service is done through the RRAS MMC and log files. Ports used for NAT can be monitored under the IP Routing/General. This area will display the same statistics as the individual status page associated with each interface. You can also monitor the activities of the NAT server itself under IP Routing/NAT. The Internal and External interfaces will be listed here, along with the number of Mappings, Incoming Packets Translated, Incoming Packets Rejected, Outgoing Packets Translated, and Outgoing Packets Rejected.


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