Squid Analysis Tools

Chris McGlasson (cm@lightspeed.net)
Sun, 12 Dec 1999 09:30:25 -0800


Hello All,

I have a squid running on a brand new Red Hat 6.1 box and everything is
working great! Basically I have a small network of about 40 users that I
have behind a squid/ipchains Linux box that allows them the ability of
accessing the web via a DSL line.

I was wondering if you might be able to direct me to a good tool that will
allow me to analyze the squid access logs and give me reports of the
following information (in HTML format):

-- I would like to see where my Web users are going. I need the ability to
see what sites are being accessed and who is accessing these sites.
-- Time stamps of when these users are accessing web sites

I have searched the Squid web site but have yet to find a tool that will
allow me to do the above mentioned tasks. It seems that I can get
everything else but what I need. I have a few users that I suspect are
accessing areas of the web they shouldn't be (especially during normal
working hours) and I need proof that they are actually accessing these
sites. Having this information put into HTML would be a tremendous benefit
as well.

Any assistance you might be able to provide would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,

Chris McGlasson
Senior Systems Engineer
Lightspeed Technologies, Inc.
Voice (661) 634-0694 ext. 136
http://www.lightspeedtechnologies.com

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