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  • You can check the logs of your router but for detailed url website logs you need a high-end router or firewall to do this. The reason is that routers can easily pull the destination IP address from a packet because it is in the same spot in the IP packet header and doesn’t take much logic to pull out. In order to get the URL that the user visited, it would have to open the frame header, the IP header, the TCP header, then the HTTP header to find this information. Also, the URL inside the HTTP header is variable length and takes some more advanced logic to get this info out reliably from every HTTP packet. However you can check logs under Advanced > Administration > Logs.
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