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Ask the IT guy again
That post just says my history stays in my cache, but since her business owns the router and they get it back if they ask, is there a history inside the router at all?
If by VPN, all is logged over there.
The VPN puts you in the VPN network. As such, all can be logged at the companies discretion.
even my personal computer?
I dont log into any VPN from my computer the one I am on now. I have the DSL from this location and the router is set up from this computer. My mom when she goes onto her laptop she has to go through the VPN client to log in (her IT guy wants her to for security reasons). If I never use the VPN then I am not in? Is this true. Or does it not matter?
All I do to go online is to click on the Firefox icon, I don't sign into a VPN. Profitt could you clarify this for me. If I am still a part of the VPN then I am pissed because I didn't sign up to have my history shared.
If not by VPN, then it's likely never logged, but then again
I have my router use it's SMNP feature to send all IP addressed to my logging program. Who knows if your router was configured to do this?
Is there a way to find out if this is set up that way?
Without messing up anything.
Umm... Read the manual on the router?
Just FYI. I stop at where you pick up the router manual and read about SMNP and such configuration. That's for you to read about.
And before you say you don't have the manual. It's online at the maker's website.
No fish. Just fishing lessons.
I didn't see anything about SMNP in their manual
I read it online in the PDF file and saw it nowhere. I just looed at my Local Area Connection in the control panel and it has a lock next to it. I was wondering if I bought a laptop (been thinking about it) would I be able to access it if they have it locked. I am starting to get mad if they are using my DSL and blocking it out. I pay for the damn thing.
Proffit I might have found something usefull
I went to my network connections.
I then clicked on the "advanced" tab at the top. Then clicked on "optional networking components."
Then when I highlight the "management & monitoring tools" I clicked on "details." (the only thing with a check mark on here is the networking services)
I then see two options titled, "Simple Network Management Protocall" and "WMI SNMP Provider." Neither of these have a check in the box next to them.
Would this mean its not set up for SNMP, or is that just from my computer and they can view it from theirs?