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#41435 16-Sep-2009 10:54
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hey


im hoping someone can recommend a (free) program that tells you your current download, upload speeds.
im just interested as not all downloads,ie itunes run through dl manages like flashget,which show your current speeds.

thx

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  #256058 16-Sep-2009 11:08
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COuld try netStat Live (http://analogx.com/contents/download/Network/nsl/Freeware.htm) or Net Meter (http://www.metal-machine.de/readerror/)

Both show you live transfer rates from your network card - I prefer Net Meter myself as it records your usage and can alert you when youre about to go over your data cap :) (assuming youre only using one PC on the connection)




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  #256101 16-Sep-2009 12:45
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Thx Xpd

they both look like exactly like what im after.


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  #256134 16-Sep-2009 14:42
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If your router has SNMP support go for:
PRTG Traffic Grapher v6 http://www.paessler.com/

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  #256149 16-Sep-2009 15:20
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Forgot about that even though Ive just been installing it recently at our offices LOL




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