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Router logs are useless for finding out what specific sites are being accessed

The router logs on the AC1750 are mostly useless for finding out what specific sites are being accessed.  The statements get truncated prior to printing out any useful information.

 

As an example, the following is appearing in the logs:

[Access Control] Device XXXX with MAC address XYZ is allowed to access t Thursday, December 12,2019 06:04:47

 

Notice the the statements are getting truncated right at the point where it would indicated where it was attempting to access.

 

Is there a setting that I can change to increase the number of characters that are printed to the log so that I can actually see the sites being accessed?

 

Thanks

Model: R6300v2|AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit router
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Re: Router logs are useless for finding out what specific sites are being accessed

I'm trying to access the same info.  I put in moderate filtering in the parenting filter since I have 4 kids ages 2-11.  Now they can't access a certain mobile game.  If I had the logs, I could whitelist the site.  Any suggestions would be helpful!!!

 

Model: R6700|Nighthawk AC1750 Smart WiFi Router
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