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Traffic Capture on a Netgear FVS338

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I have a client that would like to keep a constant log of all incoming and outgoing requests on his LAN. THey currently use a Netgear FVS338 connect to Comcast business SMC router. An SBS 2003 R2 is the PDC and the hands out IPs and security for the LAN. He wants to log all incoming and outgoing requests from workstations in the office to ensure employee productivity. Is there a software solution that I can setup or a linux distro that I can throw on an old workstation to log this information? Also, if there is will it slow down the network? Does anyone forsee problems with this kind of setup?
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Hi,

Wireshark is one such option;

www.wireshark.org
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K thanks. Are you familar with the program? I want to filter out all the unneed information that it analyzes. I just want to be able to view website requests and the such. Any ideas?
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