Hello again. Thank you for condolences. She was a very good person.
Bit by bit I've made some changes to WebProxy Log.
So far I have:
- - translated the program to English (actually you can choose between English and Croatian)
- added filters (forbidden sites, allowed sites, exclusion by site name) to report generation
- for IP alias list have added export, import, import from database options
- fixed few bugs
I haven't made any changes to log format support. There's a serious problem since default RouterOS log message contains no date and time. WebProxy Log requires date and time to be present in log file. I sincerely hope there's a way to add a date and time with no extra software.
- - Set up RouterOS so it sends web-proxy log to a remote machine
- Set up some syslog daemon in order to capture sent log messages (i use KiWi Syslog Daemon for now).
- Configure log format: so it shows following data in exact order: MESSAGE (from router), DATE (ISO format), TIME (HH:MM). Example (copied-pasted it from one of my logs):
web-proxy,account proxy: 192.168.0.161 GET http://downloads.comodo.com/versioninfo.ini action=deny 2010-03-28 00:48
- - If log file is larger than 10 MB it cannot be read, I will add automatic file splitting support (for now I've configured my KiWi Syslog Daemon to automatically move log files to other location on daily-basis - That way I have a log file for every day which is not that large. One day log in my company is large around 8 MB.
If you'd like to test it, join the WebProxy Log group at: http://groups.google.com/group/webproxy-log
. I've decided to post news and discussions there.
One other thing: WebProxy log is a free software, I'm not planning to sell it.