+ 0 Votes Since you're going to be monitoring all web traffic (I assume), wizard57m-cnet Moderator Updated - 2 years ago the most likely point would be the first point AFTER the firewall, then from there to the 2 switches on LAN >IP Phone system. Then you would need to configure the Windows firewall on the WinXP SP3, or disable it, to allow traffic to the IP Phone. + 0 Votes RE: jasonemmg 2 years ago I called GFI yesterday, they tech support is very helpful! I had to adjust my firewall rules and also the Proxy Port settings within WebMonitor. It is working now. Thank You all! + 0 Votes Re:Webmonitor jasonemmg 2 years ago Wizard, I should have not mentioned the IP Phone, it has its own Public IP, etc..I have a switch between the T1 and firewall because 2 PCs are on both networks. So basically my setup for the office is T1-->switch-->firewall-->2switches on my office LAN. What you are saying is to connect the GFI PC to one of the switches after the firewall which would be on my LAN? Thanks. Jason + 0 Votes Re: jasonemmg 2 years ago Thats how I have it setup, on my LAN. I'll have to check the rules within my firewall again. I did have the Web Proxy IP set to that of the GFI PC. Thanks! + 0 Votes Think about port mirroring SecDw33b 2 years ago The Wiz makes a good point . This is usually the optimal configuration. If you were to sandwich the monitor device between the firewall and the internal network, you would see all inbound traffic, but only outbound traffic under most normal configurations because most people with re do not know to ask or don't RTFM. However, if you attach the monitor to the internal network and then do port mirroring on the attached port AND you are on a flat network between both switches, monitor will see all in, all local and all out traffic. If your network isn't totally flat ping me for more info. + 0 Votes RE: jasonemmg 2 years ago I called GFI yesterday, they tech support is very helpful! I had to adjust my firewall rules and also the Proxy Port settings within WebMonitor. It is working now. Thank You all!