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PRTG is very nice software for monitoring... You can setup tons of different sensors
http://www.paessler.com/prtg
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If you buy a decent firewall it can also manage all of your routing needs.
The better ones will do RIP, OSPF, BGP, and can handle web filtering functions as well as multiple ISP links etc.
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I did look into PRTG but it was little complex for me.

I think a software on individual systems is the only answer, I am just looking for the right one. It should not be expensive and easy to use and cant be disabled by employee.

How is K9 web protection ?
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