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Download monitor networking problem.


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dr_fred_bob

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Hi guys, i have a networking problem for you today, I need a download monitor ( i currently use simple internet meter) that will measure, and separate quotas from 2 different sources.

eg, Home A has 15Gb per month allowance whilst Home B has 60Gb allowance, id like to measure the amount downloaded and keep the results separate, rather than it measure the accumulated totals. Also if it could automatically separate the 2 without me telling it which im connected to that would be awesome

(Im on XP, and the 2 routers are from different manufactures, if that simplifies the identification issue.)

Many thanks, dfb
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