PIX and monitoring software

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Rob, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. Rob

    Rob Guest


    I am looking for an efficient software to help me monitor a LAN with a about
    400 workstations. I want to monitor the internal users activities, including
    Internet also I want to be able to simply disconnect a user from Internet
    in case he is doing something business unrelated, but I dont want to filter
    the urls, so I am not looking for applications like Websense or SurfControl.
    I also need to check the Internet/Network Bandwidth usage in total and per
    person at any time, so in case I get any complain about network/Internet
    speed I can simply find the reason.

    Does anyone know such software?

    My firewall is a PIX 515, it doesnt do these jobs, does it?

    Thanks in advance for any suggestion-Rob
    Rob, Feb 11, 2005
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    merv.hrabi Guest

    What LAN hardware is installed in additiona to the PIX ?
    merv.hrabi, Feb 11, 2005
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    SysAdm Guest

    perfect match...

    SysAdm, Feb 11, 2005
  4. Hello,

    I'd do it with ISS Proventia A or G. www.iss.net/proventia + OPSEC on
    CheckPoint. You also may want a proventia M having a built-in content
    filtering module from Cobion AG

    But, with a PIX you can't do really anything but integrate your PIX to a
    Websense content filter architecture.

    Richard Collard, Feb 13, 2005
  5. Rob

    Rob Guest

    Windows 2k/03 servers and 2k/xp workstations.
    Rob, Feb 14, 2005
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    yoyo Guest

    Rob, you may also want to look at Check Point InterSpect. It's designed
    specifically as an internal security GW. It has also some interesting
    optional integration with zonelabs' endpoint product
    yoyo, Mar 9, 2005
  7. Rob


    Apr 10, 2013
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    what software you are looking fior LAN Spy Monitor i think , it can fill all your request, i use it very well.
    jolincai11, Apr 10, 2013
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