Hi all. I have a question I was hoping that someone could help me with - well the answer anyways. I have linksys router hooked up to my cable modem, and 3 home computers hooked into the router. The IP address of the cable modem is set by DHCP, the WAN address of the router is set by DHCP from the cable company. The address of the router itself on my home network is 10.10.10.1 and the computers are (cabled) 10.10.10.100, and (wireless)10.10.10.101 thru 10.10.10.105. I have no problems whatsoever with the cable connection, nor the home network. On all computers I have Norton Internet Security, and Norton AntiVirus. NIS has a feature to log all requests to and from the internet, but stores it locally on each computer. On the linksys router it also has a feature to save access logs, incoming and outgoing, and it either broadcasts them to any computer running logviewer software (10.10.10.255) or you can specify which address to send the logs to. I am running logviewer on the cabled computer, and I have tried both ways to have the logs sent to it (broadcast and speficially stating the IP). The reason I want to do this is so that I can monitor what my children are doing on the internet, and yes I have lists of sites that are approved and everything else is blocked, but I also want to monitor if their computers are being 'attacked' at all, without the need to go to that specific computer. While each NIS on each computer does this, the router should do it at a central point before the request go to or come from the cable modem. Here's the problem. Whenver I either try to view the access logs on the router itself, or by using logviewer, neither show any outbound requests at all from any computer. It supposed to show the IP address, the URL and address of the requested site, and the date and time. However it's blank. I have tried to shut off the firewall and NIS to see if that would make a difference, on my computer, but even viewed on the router itself the log is empty. What would keep the requests from being logged? any ideas? your help is greatly appreciated. thanks in advance, Kimelac Wanna kill these ads? We can help!