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Program shows downloads' speed at my Network?

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Hi Forum, i've a program for detecting online users on the network, this program called "netscan" ...... and i've another program for limiting downloads and controlling the net speed, called "softperfect bandwith" ............


All i need: method or program reveals "shows" which user on the network captures the all download speed and prevent others to use the net,..... please help .


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Not sure that I understand. Can you please re-state what it is you need?

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Sounds like you want to measure the per-interface data usage?
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If all computers you need to monitor are in the same subnet, setting up a sniffer there should help you.

Edited by allen2, 20 January 2012 - 02:41 PM.


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Perhaps this will suit you?

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NetSpeedMonitor Keeps Your Network Activity in the Taskbar, Shows You Bandwidth Reports On Demand

Windows: If you're worried that some application may be eating into your bandwidth in the background, or just want to keep closer tabs on the bandwidth your computer is using, NetSpeedMonitor is a handy systray utility that lives in your taskbar and shows you at any given time what your actie upload and download speeds are, which applications are using your network connection, what their endpoints are, and can run daily, weekly, monthly, or annual bandwidth reports whenever you need them. Plus, it's free.

There are plenty of tools that will tap your network connection so you can keep an eye on it, but NetSpeedMonitor doesn't require additional drivers, and it integrates perfectly with Windows, running quietly in the background while you do other things. Your up/down speeds are shown in the taskbar, and you can right-click on the app at any time to see which running programs are using your connection—useful for rooting out a rogue app or some malware that's sending data even when everything else is supposed to be closed down.

The app is also useful if you're worried about how much bandwdith you're using. Even though it can only report on one connection on one computer, if you do most of your browsing on that one system, it can give you an idea of how much data you're consuming every day, week, or month. NetSpeedMonitor isn't exactly new, but it is useful. Plus, it's completely free, and available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Server 2003, and Windows 7, and comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors. Used it before? Have an alternative? Let us know your preferred app in the comments below.






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