I downloaded Wallwatcher last night but can't get it to install, it just
keeps telling me a .dll file is missing (can't remember which one, off hand)
It does actually cover the netgear router I am using.
John Barnett MVP
Windows Desktop Experience
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"Kerry Brown" <kerry@kdbNOSPAMsys-tems.c*a*m> wrote in message
> "Adams H" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> We are using Netgear Router in most offices in Northern California
>> Most are Net gear router modele MR814 & WGR614, 4 wired ports and 1
>> wireless port; and WG311 wireless adapters.
>> Is there anyway to monitor the router activity? Anyway to see which port
>> (wired and wireless) is active and network traffic. Also, want to make
>> sure nobody outside our approved users is using the wireless ports?
>> We know about the router log in the router set up page (from all ports,
>> all mixed), showing what URL is contacted and time stamped.
>> Thank you.
> You could try Wallwatcher
> I don't see your routers on the supported list but if the will write an
> external log they will probably work.
> Kerry Brown
> Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience