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Report of Web Addresses

Posted on 2002-04-03
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Is there some way for me to generate a report to find out which web addresses are being accessed from our network. Is there a 3rd part product that can do this, or can I do this from our router somehow? Does it keep a log of what web pages were requested etc?

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by:defore
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Here you go.

http://www.webspy.com/

Hope this helps

Steven
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tbragsda earned 10 total points
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SuperScout from SurfControl www.surfcontrol.com is great.  
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Informational question only. Doesn't really warrant 50 points.
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You asked and got two legitimate answers; I'm familiar with both products and consider the latter to be a better comment. Force-accepted.

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