The pcWRT router provides two ways to monitor your network activities. You can view every site visited (or blocked) by each device (or user) by clicking the “View Logs” link on the Access Control page. And you can view the bandwidth consumption of each device on the Bandwidth Monitor page.
The Internet Logs page displays a bar chart showing all web sites visited during the past two hours, where you can:
The navigation and drill down controls are the same as that in chart mode. But the raw mode gives a lot more details about each request. This is especially useful when something was falsely blocked, or an app or web site was not working as expected.
For visited web sites, the row mode also records the first 15 bytes of a new connection. So that you can get a glimpse of what’s being sent out.
The Bandwidth Monitor page displays the bandwidth consumption for each device. It also displays a pie chart so that you can easily see which devices are using the most bandwidth.
And, if Access Control is enabled for a device, you can find out which web sites consumed the most bandwidth (from that device) by clicking on the device name.