I want to see what URLs are visited through my router. If you want to try it, just get OpenDNS and enable “stats and logs,” which should at least show you what sites are being visited.For more on OpenDNS: Slow Internet? They have both free and paid services, but free should do the trick if you just want to block a certain type of website, or if there are particular websites you Related: Networking DNS Cisco Michael, a former pilot and lawyer, is the author of Computerworld’s The Problem Solver blog. http://superuser.com/questions/52181/how-to-track-websites-that-have-been-visited
Subscribe ▲ Learn more about PCWorld's Digital Editions 🔎 Home News Reviews How-To Video Business Laptops Tablets Phones Hardware Graphics Cards Input Devices Displays Printers Storage Is there a way to view who is going to which sites on my home network without checking on their laptops? By Michael Connell Contributor, PCWorld | Nov 21, 2016 3:15 PM PT More like this Free Internet Security for Small Businesses How to child-proof the Internet PC security: Your essential software Web Historian He was moderator of the now-retired IDG Answers website.
You can also use OpenDNS to log each URL visited, but the last time I used OpenDNS I couldn’t see which device on my network was visiting the site.