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Topic # 65045 28-Jul-2010 13:00
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I hate it when this happens..... I use to have some software a few years ago that monitored my network traffic (like NetMeter etc) to see how much data was coming and going from my PC..... now I need that same or similar software and I cannot for the life of me remember its name.

Basically it could differentiate between LAN and Internet traffic from the same NIC so when you did a report it would give you internet only data or LAN only etc.

Anyone drop me a few names and Ill see if they ring a bell ? :)




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  Reply # 357754 28-Jul-2010 15:09
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networx?

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  Reply # 358028 28-Jul-2010 23:38
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Yeah Soft Perfect Networx is a good free network traffic monitor
http://www.softperfect.com/products/networx/

Remember to check ignore lan traffic in the options.

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  Reply # 358086 29-Jul-2010 08:23
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Heh I had actually grabbed that but hadnt looked at the settings as yet..... its not the one I had previously but long as it can see the split then itll do for now :)

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