Demo for 5 users
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The program Trapper scans the Common Log files of HTML proxy of Novell BorderManager server and allows the following:
- Get detailed information about work of your users in Internet for a defined (account) period.
- Enter a limit on Internet downloading for each your user - HTTP traffic limiter.
- Lock/unlock access of the users in Internet, without using NWAdmin.
- Blocking unwanted websites or domains. For this operation you have to install and configure the Connectotel LinkWall software on the NBM server. The detailed information about this software can be obtained from the site http://www.connectotel.com.
- Get personal user information from NDS.
- From collected information, expose the bill to the user for an account period (billing operations).
- Save collected information to HTML files.
- Send messages to users.
The program consists of three functionally independent parts:
- Trapper Engine. Scans the Common log files, forms the Trapper database controls Internet access by criteria established in Trapper Admin, sets starting parameters for forming the database, automatically forms three types of daily reports, сreates users reports by requests from Trapper Clients. This program has a possibility to handle information in real time.
- Trapper Admin. Controls the database, grants detailed information about user's work in Internet, forms HTML reports, sets criteria for controlling of user's access in Internet, blocks access to unwanted websites and domain, gives personal user information from NDS, sends messages to users.
- Trapper Client. This is a tool for getting Internet user statistics from the Trapper Engine server. The program is setting up on user workstations. A user gets the report in the HTML format.
The program works with Novell BorderManager 3.0 – 3.8 and Novell
The full information about the program and its new features is placed:
http://www.kvy.com.ua. You can also read the article about this program on
Novell Cool Solutions:
Disclaimer: As with everything else at Cool Solutions, this content is definitely not supported by Novell (so don't even think of calling Support if you try something and it blows up).
It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test, test, test before you do anything drastic with it.