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How to monitor who's accessing a website

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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hello everyone,

I need to know how or what is the best way to know who is accessing a specific website on my network.

At work we have one student or maybve more who is downloading huge files, probably videos, every day and I need to know how to locate the computer that he's using to do so.

I know the website from where he's downloading big files (megaupload.com), now I need to know how to trace the computer.

I know the website because at megaupload we get a message that says:
"Your IP address 198.168.x.x is currently downloading a 176198314 byte RMVB file."
But how can we know from wich Internal IP that request is comming from?

I tough of the use of Ethereal/WireShark but even so how to do it.

Thanks...
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