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This is a discussion on monitor within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; hello is there any way i can monitor what people are doing on my router ??...
- 04-09-10, 10:36 PM #1
is there any way i can monitor what people are doing on my router ??
- 05-09-10, 08:28 AM #2
- 05-09-10, 10:01 AM #3
like my friends or family everyone that has access to my router
- 05-09-10, 10:04 AM #4
Not with the Sky firmware no, don't think it can be done.
- 05-09-10, 01:21 PM #5
Under 'Firewall rules' add a new outbound rule :
Service = HTTP(TCP:80)
Action = Allow Always
Log = Always
In the Logs tab you'll see the source (your home pc) and destination (the website), there will be lots of requests as each graphic on a webpage will be a separate http request etc. Useful to have a quick look who's doing what. But I won't leave it on longer than necessary.
Sun, 2010-09-05 13:10:26 - TCP Packet - Source:192.168.0.7,53776 Destination:184.108.40.206,80 - [HTTP rule match]
Also, your routers log will fill up quickly so might be worth going to the E-mail tab and setting to e-mail you when the log is full.
- 05-09-10, 06:05 PM #6
- 05-09-10, 07:37 PM #7
You should get an option to log when setting up the firewall rule. It is usually a dropdown box at the bottom. The log can then the accessed in the log under the Security Tab.
I have to say it will work, but you are liable to be overwhelmed with results.
- 15-09-10, 07:05 PM #8
Firewall Rules - Outbound Services
Service Action BLOCK always BLOCK by schedule ALLOW always ALLOW by schedule
LAN Users Any Single address Address Range
WAN Users Any Single address Address Range
THESE ARE THE ONLY OPTIONS I GET
- 15-09-10, 08:15 PM #9
You should have a list like this -
- 16-09-10, 09:44 AM #10
It's worth setting the 'Log' value to be 'MATCH' rather than always.
- Always - always log traffic considered by this rule, whether it matches or not. (This is useful when debugging your rules.)
- Never - never log traffic considered by this rule, whether it matches or not.
- Match - Log traffic only it matches this rule. (The action is determined by this rule.)
- Not Match - Log traffic which is considered by this rule, but does not match (The action is NOT determined by this rule.)