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Looking for a tool that can give a web activity report for a network behind an ASA Firewall

Posted on 2008-10-10
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We have a network

                                          Cisco Router----->Cisco ASA---------->DMZ
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I want to monitor the Internet Activity of all the users behind the internal network and DMZ.....basically a brief report on users accessing internet sites/P2P/Chat sites etc.

I know GFI makes a product for ISA Server but I need something that would do it for PIX ASA

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you will need a third party applications, you could use Websense, http://www.websense.com/global/en/ it can use your firewall or asa as the passtrough point and then either block or allow access to the pages or just use it to monitor and report.
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yeah got websense
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