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How can I monitor connections made by other computers in office LAN via my shared internet connection???
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What kind of monitoring ??

ICS does not have any good tools for knowing what sites have been visited etc.

For this you need a proxy server such as ms Proxy 2 or any 3rd party proxy.

I hope this helps !
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little brother is a good third party tool for this.  It runs on a separate machine and doesn't interfere too much, just watches.  If you just want to see who's using the connection, then you could run NETMON.

Little Bro' (surf control)
http://www.surfcontrol.com/
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