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Measuring Device Usage


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moondog830

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Due to where I live, I am forced to use satellite internet ... this means HughesNet and that means being limited to a specific amount of bandwidth or 'download' in any given day.

HughesNet allows me to monitor the 'overall' amount used during the day ...

I run a NetGear Router ... is there any way to monitor what each device uses during the day? I need to find out who is using all my 'download' when I know it's not me, other than to sit there and look over the shoulders of the other users.

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bump ... been here for 8 days and no responses ...
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I haven't been here for 8 days yet, but will try to help. What model Netgear router are you using & what is your daily bandwidth allotment?
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Sorry, was getting a bit worried that no one would be able to help. We have an N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 ... we are allowed 375MB a day ... usually this is not an issue except when my daughter and her boyfriend and our son come home. They all say "IT'S NOT ME" and I KNOW it's not me ... so I want to be able to tell them "IT'S YOU!"

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