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Monitoring internet activity


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Die4me

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I have a cable modem that is shared with 4 other computers through a router. At times the internet goes very slow and I feel it is because some of the other computers are using too much bandwidth. I can't physically check them because they are pw protected. Is there some way that I can monitor how much bandwidth is being used by the other computers?

Edited by Die4me, 09 April 2007 - 03:02 PM.

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See if this works...

http://ask-leo.com/c...me_network.html

Any particular reason you cannot ask the other users if they may be doing some "bandwidth-taxing" activities?
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That is exactly what I need! I read the instructions on how to set it up to monitor bandwidth, but couldn't really get it to work. I did a test by downloading things that equaled up to 29 KB/s and the graphed rate remained at 0. Also I see you can monitor other computer's activity. Can anyone help me to set this up?
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