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Is there a program that will monitor all connections to the internet and reference the url of the current web page being viewed to a certian IP address?

Posted on 2006-06-28
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Good Day Experts,

I'd like to find a free Monitor program that refrences current connections to the internet to their currently viewed web page URL as  well as to the IP address of the computer.  Does anyone know where to get a free program like that or where to buy a cheap one?

Thanks,

Ellsworth
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by:ellsworth2000
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Or is there some kind of Hardware Monitor that could do this?

Thanks,

Ellsworth
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by:Phreonx
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Hello,
what you are looking for is a proxy server. For a commercial solution have a look at:

http://www.wingate.com/ or
http://www.winproxy.com/

or for a free one please refer to:

http://www.squid-cache.org/

Refer to the documentation to determine whether the above software is right for your needs.

Hope that helped ;)
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by:Rich Rumble
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Proxies work well, I like CCproxy, cheap and effective. http://www.youngzsoft.net/ccproxy/
There are also tools like Ntop that can keep track of protocol usage like, SMTP, HTTP, FTP, P2P etc...  http://www.openxtra.co.uk/products/ntop-xtra.php http://www.ntop.org/overview.html
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by:ellsworth2000
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T_itaniaum,

I am running SBS 2000 and we have a VPN firewall/Router.  If I was to install ISA Server 2000 how would I be able to monitor or setup a reference of my internal workstation IP addys to the urls currently being viewed on the internet?

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Ellsworth 2000
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ususally in ISA you can each computer attached to ur network and see it is connection to the internet and the amout of bandwidth used even addressesconnected to
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