[K12OSN] Way OT: Track all web activity on my network with logging and report

Doug Gough dgough at papcs.com
Fri May 19 16:58:53 UTC 2006

I'm a huge fan of Censornet. We've used it for 3 years in our school. I've
had it running on basic workstation hardware ranging from a 500MHz P3 with
512MB of ram and an ide drive to a 2.4MHz P4 with a gig of ram and a scsi
drive. It's been solid aside from a few know bugs that were corrected
quickly, and the auditing abilities are truly great. We have 400
workstations and probably half of them are on the internet and any given
time. There has never been any performance issues attributable to the
Censornet server. Hope that helps.

Doug Gough
Pacific Academy

On 5/19/06 8:35 AM, "Tom Ventresco" <aust_txv at access-k12.org> wrote:

> David Trask wrote:
>> SME server with the dungog-dansguardian module can already do this.
>> Yes....the dungog module does cost, but it's wicked reasonable and it's
>> solely to support  a guy for his "coding" time.  SME server is a CentOS
>> server....no GUI...uses a web interface....very slick...
> David you already sold me on the SME server 2 years ago, I still use it
> in 2 buildings :)  And I certainly don't mind mixing free and paid for
> software - I prefer it.  I will add SME to the test bench.   I have yet
> to try out the SME 7 CentOS.
> Thank you,
> Tom Ventresco
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