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 From:  "Todd D. Volz" <todd at stir dot org>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] how can I log web traffic using m0n0wall?
 Date:  Mon, 21 Apr 2008 20:26:43 -0500 (CDT)
If you are already running Squid, why not just use the Squid logs? 

Especially since you have easier control over the host OS on your Squid proxy than is available on

dsniff will probably not be something that you will be able to run on the monowall box as those
tools need to be installed. 

Another option may be to use something like untangle <http://www.untangle.com> 

Getting something that e-mails you the log every 12 hours, also takes you away from monowall. For
that you are looking into a specific feature of a proxy server, or using a proxy ontop of a
configurable OS that you script to make the logging work the way you want it. 

Hope this helps. 


----- "Thomas Serra" wrote: 
> Hello, 
> ** THE CONTEXT ** 
> LAN(clients- 
> We use m0n0Wall 1.233 on a WRAP (m0n0 is on a CF card) 
> LAN-clients: Windows XP 
> ** WHAT WE NEED ** 
> For company concerns, we need to keep track of all web traffic. 
> Which means: log users web traffic for sites their visiting thru m0n0wall. 
> We need an URL list to be generated. 
> We would like m0n0 to do the job: 
> m0n0 keeps track of all the web traffic and then every 12h sends the log 
> file to an email address, ftp server... 
> We would like to avoid the use of another proxy server (running squid). 
> "Outback Dingo" partially answered my question. He suggested me to use 
> dsniff (http://www.monkey.org/~dugsong/dsniff/) 
> - Does anyone have some experience with dnsniff? 
> - Does have dsniff have an impact on m0n0wall reliability? 
> - If someone already uses dsniff with m0n0, what is the exact 
> installation/config procedure? 
> Perhaps someone has another solution? 
> Thank you very much for your help, 
> Thomas 
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