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To whom this may concern, How do I show that I was online and had internet access through my router. I want to print out something for a 3 hour period that I was online that my router will show. I have a pay dispute to resolve. When I am offine due to my cable company and it is not a problem with my company, then I have to make up time. I had a situation last week where I was online, so it was not a cable problem but a problem with my company, and they are trying to say it a problem with my cable company, which is effecting my payroll.

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If you plan on making a career out of this, get yourself a different router. The Intellinet doesn't have very good statistics. At the very minimum, a Netgear WGR-614 will track your activity and email it to somewhere. There is also a C-I-S-C-O solution.

A software solution is probably available, but I tend to like the hardware simplicity of the Netgear. For software fun, try the keywords "internet usage monitoring". You can find a net nanny solution or probably a hosted solution out of the thousands of hits.

Of course, you could also ask your employer if they have a way to monitor your usage.

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