On 02/12/99(07:33) you "Didier.Buob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|I have a NT Workstation connected through a serial line to the net.
|I have simple users without privileges. They are allowed to surf the net,
|but they know that each visited is keep in memory (not in ie or netscape
|cache) because I want to log all sites and messages exchange.
|Is it possible to run Delegate to do so ? (client is connecting on the proxy
|on the same station, and then the proxy exchange data to the server ...).
|The proxy keep a message and a copy of all URL visited ?
DeleGate, like other HTTP proxies, records HTTP access log in the format
named "common logfile format", which will be placed at
"\Program Files\DeleGate\log\<PORT>.http" by default when it runs on
Windows. "<PORT>" part above is that specified by -P<PORT> option.
Is this enough for your requirement?
For any protocol, more detailed log in DeleGate's original format
(intended to debugging :-) will be placed at the log directory with
a file name of port number.
Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
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