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Topic # 7486 18-Apr-2006 20:31
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I have a D-Stink DSL-G604T and according to the Total Rx Bytes I have done 48998675 - well it is only new! I wonder if this just keeps on counting or if it clicks back to zero at some point?

If you are going to buy a second hand DSL router ask for the mileage first - it could have been around the clock, a few times.

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Reply # 33329 18-Apr-2006 20:48
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 Tx Frames count261968
 Tx Bytes count32047342
 Rx Frames count325216
 Rx Bytes count346420971

I'm not a huge user, but thats about 18 months worth (unless its reset the counter after the numerous resets its had)D-Link 504g

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Reply # 33337 18-Apr-2006 23:29
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Wan bytes transmitted: 49764927
Wan bytes recieved: 251902046

Not sure if its resets each time.... however I have used around 40gb of data in the two billing cycles.

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