Whoa! Before you tell me how to raise my kids, you should know that I would like to look at all internet traffic going through my house. I could ask for every device, spend hours looking over histories of the devices we own...because I control and monitor all the devices in my home..... but it would much easier for me to look over the internet from one place.
With your router, you will not be able to tell where she or anyone else went on the Internet. Again, the only way to tell is to ask for the device and look through it, or place restrictions for those sites that you do not want her to go to. Be the parent, do not let the Router or device be the parent.
As already mentioned, you can download the logs and go through them every day if you want, with Link Logger. Personally it is easier to just ask for the device, then sit there for hours, to look through the logs, due to you will get False positives for some sites that she will go to.
You may think that she is at Facebook.com, but she never did. Due to some sites may link with Facebook for user comments. So again, there really is no positive way to see where she is going, unless you physically ask for the device, and learn to use the parental controls on the device.
Kindle FreeTime you can set limits for what she can do, how long she can use the device. http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201014620
You can set daily time limits for your child to read, watch, or play educational content, and set educational goals (like reading 30 minutes every day) in Kindle FreeTime. Parents of younger children who can’t read yet can set goals to use educational apps (such as those that help teach counting, learning letters, and matching shapes) for a certain amount of time each day.
- From the Parent Settings screen, tap Daily Goals & Time Limits.
- Enter your Parental Controls password, and then tap OK.
- Select the profile you want to update, and then tap On.
- Weekdays / Weekends - Choose different educational goals and time limits for the weekend or weekday.
- Bedtime - Set a time limit for when your child can use Kindle FreeTime during the day. TapTurn off by to set the time when Kindle FreeTime is turned off. Tap Stay off until to set the time when Kindle FreeTime can be used again.
- Education Goals - Set goals for viewing educational books, apps, movies, and TV shows. Use the dropdown menus to select the amount of time you want your child to view the content. If you’d like to filter non-educational content from being used until your child’s goals are met, tap the Learn First checkbox.
- Use the slider to adjust total screen time for either of the following:
- Total Screen Time - Limit the total time your child can spend in Kindle FreeTime.
- Content Activity Time - Specify individual time limits for reading books, watching movies or TV shows, or using apps or games. For unlimited time, slide the bar all the way to the right. To block access to a content type, slide the bar all the way to the left.
So you do not want her on it after a certain time, again use the features of the device. When you do, sit down with her, you and mom and have a family meeting, regarding proper Internet use, what your wants from the kid are in how she is using the device, where she is going, and that at any time, mom & dad can take the device away.
Worked for me, for my two kids when they would come over to visit on weekends. They had to use the computer that was in the living room. When we got a iPod touch, they had to sit in the Living Room with it. Only when they got older, then we placed a computer in the bedroom that they shared when they were younger, now it is my son's bedroom.
My current spouse, their Step-mom & I laid down some ground rules, regarding the use of the desktop in the bedroom. They knew that at any time, we could walk in and tell them to get up, so we could look at what they were doing. This was before Teamviewer. Once I started to use Teamviewer, then my son knew that I could just look in from the Living Room, to see what he was doing.
We have enough trust between us all, that at this point, we know my son may visit some site we may not like, but he also knows that he can sit down and talk to us about something. That is because we laid down the ground rules, and created a zone of trust.
Edited by Greg62702, 07 January 2014 - 10:18 AM.