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Topic # 89568 5-Sep-2011 15:23
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is there a way to check how much data i have used ?

i can see how much data ive used since ive been connected to the internet but once i turn the modem it resets

i wanted to know is there somewhere i can go on the modem to see how much data ive used ?

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  Reply # 517112 5-Sep-2011 20:28
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That is the only way. It is reset when the modem resets.

You can do it via telnet, so you could write something to extract the used amount and keep track of it yourself.

There's no "nice" way of doing it with those modems.




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  Reply # 518720 8-Sep-2011 18:45
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I use Networx to determine how much data I've at any one given time. You can set it for your monthly billing cycle & check hourly data useage.

Also, it has a bandwidth toolbar which shows how much you are using in real time.




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