Say, a period of time such as the last week.
By this I mean from Rogers... not from a router log or other locally stored history.
I assume that such historical internet usage information might be accessible interally within the Rogers network infrastructure. However, privacy issues alone would stop Rogers from providing access to such data. If someone out there knows differently, please post on this and correct the record.
I suggest that the easiest and best way for you to access your browsing history is right in your browser. I use Firefox almost exclusively, and it will provide history information for the last day, for the last seven days, and to the limits of its history cache.
I assume other browser have similar functionality.
I am assuming that Firefox does have a finite cache for history data, so there is a limit to how far back you can go.
Hi - Is there a way to monitor from the router what websites have been used, and to block select website use during select times?
Have the Hitron CODA-4582 modem. Am curious if I can source the website traffic logs. Does not appear to be a method through the modem's console itself. Can I obtain via other means?
I am learning that many routers have URL logging capability. I've also learned that Rogers has for some reason disabled the Keyword Filter Feature of the CGN3ACSMR Router (which I have). The option is still there when you log into your router, but it doesn't do anything. Why?
Rogers, please re-enable the various options in the Firewall and parental control settings.