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    Viewing Router logs

    Hi, My question is this:

    I had a linksys befsr41 (4) port router . As an option you could install The Linksys Log Viewer to view your logs.

    I found a program called Wallwatcher - http://www.sonic.net/wallwatcher/
    Which provides filtering, alerts, historical analysis, summaries, and charts (pies and graphs).
    I used it with the linksys and it worked great.

    I`ve switched routers My new router is a Cable/DSL(4) port router . [Network everywhere-[model-nr041] which is made by linksys. Does anyone know of a program that i can use that would serve the same purpose?

    Thanks

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    Just a trick question... but why did you switch routers?

    If one has more functions that you want to use than the others, but the router you used to use has the logs... why not use em both?

    Sorry... don't have much more to offer... and that not much to start with. Just curious why the switch.
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    This is a must have program for people using LinkSys Cable/DSL routers. If you do not have said router, this program will be of no interest to you (except maybe if you need source code examples) This was developed to watch the broadcast data from a linksys router and report it back to you
    Is this what you're looking for?

    Hope it works.

    Also, try this Google search (that's where I got the link above)

    Later,

    mjk

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    Originally posted here by phishphreek80
    Just a trick question... but why did you switch routers?

    If one has more functions that you want to use than the others, but the router you used to use has the logs... why not use em both?

    Sorry... don't have much more to offer... and that not much to start with. Just curious why the switch.

    I had no choice my ex-girlfriend and i split up.We used to use the same box. She bought me the router and took it back after the split. So i had to buy a cheaper router ($40.00) . Just as good actually, I just use it for a hardware firewall.

    [edit] Thanks MJk ...I used a bunch of search engines but couldn`t find much of anything [/edit]

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