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Topic # 96219 22-Jan-2012 17:23
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Hello.

(I can't find a forum specific for this router).

I have my mobile phone connected to my PC via wifi (secure password)

is there a way to monitor Wifi connections. - IE how much traffic - KB/MB i'm doing in a month via the mobile phone ?

Also - how many devices are within range / connected (There should only be 1 - but I'm just curious :)  )

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  Reply # 743076 10-Jan-2013 22:27
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bump ???

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  Reply # 743078 10-Jan-2013 22:31
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Look in the admin console http://192.168.1.254/

Home Network then wireless

You might be able to see how many devices are connected via WIFI, You should be using your mobile providers tool / app to keep track of mobile data usage


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 743118 11-Jan-2013 07:24
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A router loaded with Gargoyle firmware will do this...




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  Reply # 743120 11-Jan-2013 07:33
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Bumped just under a year later.. got to be the longest bump delay I have seen

depending on your phone, you could track it on that side
I'm sure there will be apps for Android
and if you jailbreak on iPhone, there is an app in cydia that can monitor wifi

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  Reply # 743232 11-Jan-2013 11:43
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tonyhughes: A router loaded with Gargoyle firmware will do this...


+1 on that Tony.

The router isn't really designed to log / monitor all traffic usage. But going for a openwrt or gargoyle capable router is really the best way to go.

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