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You can't monitor a LAN with Java. You might get somewhere adding Jpcap into it depending on exactly what you want to do but it is entirely possible that what you really need is an HTTP proxy. You'll have to specify your requirements in more detail.
I m developing a tool for our Labs to monitor the sites opened on a PC by a student. Its like a spy software but also displays the software installed by him on computer......plz help me i m not getting any clue what about java RMI
Java RMI is a method of invoking methods in remote Java objects, i.e. Java objects that are in another host. So an RMI client can effectively see in its local host whatever that Java object (server) can see in its host.
However no Java object in any host can know anything about what Web sites a student opens. That's a task for an HTTP proxy or a network sniffer.