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Web Usage

Introduction

Use Web Usage for reviewing websites that connected hosts are using and also recent web searches. Web searches will only be displayed if the clients is using a http search engine.

Web Monitor Preferences

Select how much and what to monitor

Enable Web Usage Monitor

Tick “Enable Web Monitor” to activate web usage monitoring

Number of Sites to Save

Select maximum number of web sites to log. When the log become full the oldest entry will be deleted to make space for any new entry.

  • Default = 300

Number of Searches to Save

Select maximum number of web searches to log. When the log become full the oldest entry will be deleted to make space for any new entry.

  • Default = 300

Select Hosts to monitor

Select which hosts to monitor, all, include or exclude.

  • Monitor all hosts
  • Monitor only hosts below
  • Exclude hosts below from monitoring

When selecting hosts specify IP or IP Range.

e.g.

  • 192.168.1.12
  • 192.168.1.12-192.168.1.53

Recently Visited Sites

Select how to display host website information (usually sites visited) either by IP address or host name.

  • Display Hostnames
  • Display Host IPs

Recent Web Searches

Select how to display host search information (e.g. Google search) either by IP address or host name.

  • Display Hostnames
  • Display Host IPs

Download Web Usage Data

Download web usage data in CSV format for further analysis. e.g. For use in a spreadsheet.

  • Click “Visited Sites” for visited sites data
  • Click “Search requests” for search request data

Data is comma separated

[Time of Last Visit],[Local IP],[Domain Visted/Search Request]

web_usage.1369151421.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/05/21 15:50 by eric
 
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