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    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me here. I have a network with 9 workstations and a server running on SBS 2003. All the workstations operate on Windows XP Pro. I have a router sitting in the front of all. In another word, all the internal network are connected to this router(DLINK DI-824VUP+) and this router is hooked up to a modem/router(Netcomm – NB1300 Plus 4) that allows broadband internet connection.

    My question is if i’d like to be able to control the internet traffic from one centralised location, how do i do it? and where would i do it?. What i mean by the internet traffic is that to ensure that only a certain or trusted websites are allowed to go and surf by our internal users. I think this can be done but just unsure how to begin and doing it. Need your guidance on this.

    Thank you in advance

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