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Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
Bandwidth Controler Manager.
Try it. Works fine.
Can you please tell me how to monitor howmuch internet, mail and so on... bandwidth rather than the lan bandwidth on individual PCs
I must say I am highly impressed. I happened on this site while looking for a monitoring tool, and this provided exactly what I was looking for. Informative and highly useful! My thanks!
How can I use http://bandwidthcontroller.com/index.html
to monitor softwares such as Kazaa?
Instead of physically unplugging the router connection belonging to the person who you think needs to spend more time "in the real world", you might be able (depending on your router) to allow connections during a particular time period only.
Searching a whole day for this tool on internet!
And now it seems already been installed, perfect!!
But i have a bigger problem...
I'm a student and i share the internet connection with 40 other students..
One of them started downloading big files and we all where thrown on smalband.
I don't know who but this tool might be usefull to identified the student.
But that's only when he / she is in my workgroup, otherwise i can't monitor him / her
IS there any solution for this, without synchronizing everybody's computer on the same network...?
Hi, this looks very helpful but ever time i try and add a computer for example \\max it say: Unable to connect to machine. anyidea on how to over come this?
GPL alternative for Linux and other POSIX oses:
source code available. It allows you to see who uses the bandwith in the local network.
yea i face the same thing
I visited a web page that showed percent of bandwith used at the top. I would like to add something like that to my site, but have been looking for hours and now am posting here. Do I need to have a router that logs that info ? I don't.
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