[TriLUG] Web Usage Tracking...
jeff01 at email.unc.edu
Fri Sep 28 08:29:09 EDT 2001
Have you looked into IPTraf? It gives a breakdown of network usage according to port, and
it's pretty fast.
Christopher Knowles wrote:
> Once again, I turn to your expertise.
> I need to be able to track the web activities of our people. We already have
> a Linux firewall, and thinking that that is a natural choke point, I thought
> it would be handy if said software could run on it. Do I have any choices?
> What I'd like to do.
> I'd like to be able to give a report to a manager of things that users in his
> department are doing. (by IP address is, of course, acceptable.)
> if possible I'd also like real time monitoring capabilities, though this is
> just a wish.
> I've seen some Windows products that do this sort of thing, but if I enter
> web and track in the same search box on freshmeat and the like, I keep
> getting web log analyzers, and this is NOT what I want.
> As always, thank you for pondering my silly questions.
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