Can I use the Fingbox to view websites that are being visited on my network?

My router doesn't have the capability to view the sites that people are going to, can I do that with the fingbox?

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  • kltaylorkltaylor Posts: 760Moderator, Beta Tester
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    To accompany what Scooby said, what you could do is enroll in a DNS service, such as OpenDNS or if you're inclined, Pi-Hole (using a Raspberry Pi).

    Using a DNS service will show you what traffic is happening through that service to your account, in which typically you would also have tools such as whitelist or blacklist if that is what you're looking for.
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  • MarcMarc Posts: 724Moderator, Beta Tester
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    Some routers can also track via logging visited sites and or target IP addresses. You usually have to enable it.   A bit more cumbersome than opendns but less invasive from a configuration standpoint.
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