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# 79453 17-Mar-2011 22:05
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Hi there since the 04 of march I have used nearly 6 gig

I did download over 2 gig of stuff so lets say 4

I only use paltalk and websites maybe the odd small utube thing a music video here or there

But watch cams on paltalk etcc... but not a lot this month


I was wondering if it was my tivo but telecom said that the usage meter can be from the day before here is what mine says

and how can I check? that someone is not moochin it I have wirless set up proplery with macfee





Total Downloads:
5332.39 MB


Total Uploads:
586.09 MB


Total Usage:
5918.48 MB





Daily Upload & Download Usage:






Date:
(DD/MM/YYYY)Download Usage:
(MB)Upload Usage:
(MB)Total Usage:
(MB)

17 Mar 2011
345.51
9.07
354.58


16 Mar 2011
525.90
56.17
582.07


15 Mar 2011
247.25
13.44
260.69


14 Mar 2011
110.16
16.07
126.23


13 Mar 2011
163.27
16.66
179.93


12 Mar 2011
257.52
17.17
274.69


11 Mar 2011
514.38
20.86
535.24


10 Mar 2011
150.96
19.01
169.97


09 Mar 2011
161.34
16.64
177.98


08 Mar 2011
109.97
11.50
121.47


07 Mar 2011
123.03
124.35
247.38


06 Mar 2011
236.72
173.42
410.14


05 Mar 2011
2386.38
91.73
2478.11



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  # 449408 17-Mar-2011 22:37
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Just you? What makes you think it is excessive?
I average 1gb per day, but that is watching my usage, I could easily double or triple that if I really wanted to.

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  # 449410 17-Mar-2011 22:43
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Depends on the router, some have a page where you view 'attached devices' also look for a setting in your router that allows you to turn on access control whether by mac or ip address (under wireless settings) and lock down the access to devices you know. Thats a start to see if your wireless is being leeched.




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Master Geek
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  # 449435 18-Mar-2011 00:12
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I just wondered if i was using too much thats all thanks obviously not if you can use a gig a day



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  # 449436 18-Mar-2011 00:14
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valtam

I dont know how to do that


I have looked in my home network on mafcee and its only the comptuer and the tivo thats on line...

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  # 450027 20-Mar-2011 12:42

aaron11: I just wondered if i was using too much thats all thanks obviously not if you can use a gig a day


Your connection is theoretically capable of doing at least 50GB/day - 1GB/day is nothing :P
 

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  # 450028 20-Mar-2011 12:53
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rscole86: Just you? What makes you think it is excessive?
I average 1gb per day, but that is watching my usage, I could easily double or triple that if I really wanted to.


Yeah im going at around 1GB a day. Sometimes that goes to 2-3 when I download TV Shows/Movies. But yeah 1GB is about normal for me aswell.



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Master Geek
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  # 450038 20-Mar-2011 13:48
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Thanks i dont download much now because telecom closed the all you can use internet grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

and ive only used a gig since i posted this and was using cams lastnight for ages so cant be anything wrong

Thanks for your help


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