[K12OSN] Watching the User's web traffic...
mcparlandj at newberg.k12.or.us
Tue May 18 00:50:14 UTC 2004
How did you get google traffic to run in safemode??.
On 5/14/04 10:03 AM, "Matthew Ross" <mross at esd165.org> wrote:
> george kocke wrote:
>> LTSP server is running identd. I do the following to monitor web
>> tail -f /var/log/dansguardian/access.log
>> I also wrote a Perl script to monitor Google searches.
>> The only problem I've run into is that identd on the LTSP box was
>> hogging the CPU when there was lots of surfing happening at once.
>> However, this problem *seems* to not be as bad since I moved the
>> cache/filter server to a much more powerful machine.
>> Which filter are you using?
> Ah, why didn't I think of identd? I should have known that. Sm:)e.
> We are using the content filtering provided by our SonicWall firewall.
> It's very inexpensive (compared to most other hardware solutions) and
> has been very dependable. Thanks to my squid proxy and a little
> squidguard hack I picked up from this list, all google traffic is forced
> into safemode as well.
> Thanks for the hint.
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