We have eleven devices plus the printer that all connect to the internet. In my Netgear site, I thought I could drill down and figure out which device had accessed certain websites, but today when I went back, all the IP addresses for each device are different. It appears to change based on which one is connected when. So in the logs on Netgear, it gives the IP address for where the source of the web address came from, but if these numbers change daily based on how many are connected or when, how I can pinpoint who exactly is trying to access the not so nice stuff? OpenDNS logs don't seem to give any clue about specific devices. I need to know exactly who is trying access this stuff, so I can get to the bottom of this. Two days ago I printed out 7 pages of blocked access attempts and they were all to very bad websites.
For example, yesterday my printer's address ended in 0.7, but today my son's computer has that address.
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