To see user’s web site visit information in Linux

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Dear Friend I want to see the user's web site visit detail by using Linux code. And the same time want to see bandwidth using by the user i.e. monitor the bandwidth. Another question is, I want to block user's web site surfing from my PC. I am working here as Network Administrator. I use Red Hat Linux version 4. I want to know the code. Appreciate, if you would come back soon. Regards Pervez

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There are plenty of free tools online that you can see network activity and website hits. Really it’s as simple as googleing some of this and downloading an app or two. Also, i’m fairly certain most of this can be done with settings, and no or not much additional code should be needed, so you should look into that first.

-Schmidtw

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  • Xjlittle
    Squid can handle the part for blocking a user from visiting a web site. It also has reporting for web sites that users visit. The part about monitoring a particular users bandwidth might be a little harder to come by. You can see my blog about a quick squid setup here to get you started. -j
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