I used to run LinkLogger on my WinXP box but I was frustrated that everytime I disconnected the machine, I would have to restart the log from my router's config page. My linux machine is up 24/7, plus I like it when my linux box handles this kind of stuff. So we begin. I am using Slackware 10.2 w/ 2.6 kernel and DD-WRT as my aftermarket firmware. Adjust your directions accordingly. Step 1 Edit /etc/syslog.conf Enter this line: Code: *192.168.1.1* -/var/log/router Change the IP to your router's IP Step 2 You will need to change the way syslog is executed. It needs the -r switch to allow remote logs to be forwarded. Edit /etc/rc.d/rc.syslog Change this: Code: echo -n "/usr/sbin/syslogd " /usr/sbin/syslogd To this: Code: echo -n "/usr/sbin/syslogd " /usr/sbin/syslogd -r Note the -r switch in the second code. Do "/etc/rc.d/rc.syslog restart" to reload the script Step 3 - Router Config Administration tab -> Services -> Syslogd Enable. Save. Enter the IP of the linux machine. Save. Step 4 Administration tab -> Log Enable log Log level "High" Enable all Log Types (Dropped, Rejected, Accepted) Save Settings. That's it! At a prompt type "tail -f /var/log/messages" to see your router's status And type "tail -f /var/log/router" to see your IP traffic Now if anyone knows of a nice program to analyze this information please let me know! Whether it be on the linux box, or if I have to sync the file to WinXP to read it!