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Program to detect internet activity

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Is there a program to show how much bandwidth is going in and out, throughout your whole network. I have 2 computers and XBOX live hooked up to my router. I can never tell if my internet is going slow because the other computer or xbox or if its just internet so is there a program that can see how much total bandwidth is going?
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You may need to install this to each PC


Down2Home monitors your day-to-day bandwidth transfers. It logs up- and download volumes and organizes the data in nice 2D/3D charts. In addition, it shows your average and maximum download speed. You can also export the data for further manipulation or reporting. Uses a database to store the data - useful for long term monitoring and reporting per week, month or even year. The program runs in the system tray.

You could google speedtest for your location and run it with one PC connected then connect the othe PC and re-run the speedtest
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