Network Security

By nasushil ·
I have a simple LAN connection via 16 port switch. All the client computer have access to internet which is provided via SERVER. Now I want to monitor and control every websites that client computer accesses. How can i do that?

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Get some software like websense and put it on the server. - nt

by Deadly Ernest In reply to Network Security
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Some proxy products to consider include:

by robo_dev In reply to Get some software like we ...

Squid with DansGuardian (free)

RhinoSoft AllegroSurf (~$30 a seat)
Websense Express (~$50 a seat)

If you plan to use Microsoft ISA proxy server, then there are some content-filtering add-ons such as:

GFI Web Monitor

At the high-end of things, are some enterprise solutions:

BlueCoat WebFilter (?? $)
WebSense Enterprise ($$$$)

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We use Web Washer from CyberGuard

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to Network Security

I believe it has been purchased by works's some inifo on it...

McAfee Web Gateway (Formerly Webwasher)

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by T_J_B In reply to Network Security

It's worth checking out - it might be what you are looking for. smoothwall runs great on older hardware. you'll need at least 2 network cards in an older (i recommend a Pentium III or better) computer. it's easy to set up and a breeze to use and keep up to date. I found the irc channel quite responsive also. good luck.

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