Cyber Bandwidth Monitor?

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Nov 22, 2010

Cyber Bandwidth Monitor? by GeekyGuy at 9:04 PM (557 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. GeekyGuy
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    Your firewall probably has that functionality built-in.
     
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    I'm at University, so I don't have access to the router/modem, so here's what I've been using for the past few months:

    Rokario Bandwidth Monitor. Basically the reason I like it is that it measures in both bytes and bits, so you always know what you're using. On top of that, it does upload and down, and logs it both so you can know your total usage. (Since I have a daily cap of 6gigabytes per day, it's great to keep track of how much I've used.)

    That's just my input though. I went through quite a few programs before I found this one, but I haven't tried the one you linked however.
     
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    Thanks for the replies, guys. Opted for the Networx software, as it seems to offer the functions I'm looking for.
     

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