|Gregson Helledy on 14 Nov 2005 17:07:01 -0000|
diald.filter is a pretty involved file, at least the e-smith one that my install came with. I tried changing the connect time from "medium" to "short", which reduces the amount of time the link stays up, with different values for different types of connections. I then manually adjusted the tcp.www value from a miserly 3 minutes to a more-reasonable 7 minutes (apparently some web pages take me 5 minutes or so to read) and so far, so good.
I will take a look at changing logging so it doesn't record every incoming connection attempt. You're right, it's resulting in large log files with little useful information in them.
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