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Log users browsing history in SonicWALL

Posted on 2012-04-04
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Hi Team,

We have 12 remote offices with sonicwalls connecting each one of them to our headquaters office. We would like to log in each sonicwall all the browsing history from that local office and keep it for maybe 6 months. Is there a way that this could be done using a sonicwall TZ180?
Else, what are some other solutions I could use.

Thank you.
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You need any syslog server (comes free) like kiwi and run a 3rd party log analyzer like ManageEngine's "Firewall Analyzer" or "webspy vantage" to have a nice gui reporting.

If your concern is only storing log files, any free open source syslog server will store your logs. You just need to tell(configure) your device(sonicwall in this case) where to send the logs. (Ip address of sysog server)

You can write a simple batch (windows) or a cron (linux/unix) to delete the archives every 6 months.

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