Monitoring internet traffic

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by AM, Jun 3, 2005.

  1. AM

    AM Guest

    At home we have a DSL connection with a limited MB traffic per month. My
    computer is connected to the router and my wife's has a usb adapter for
    wireless access.
    I would like to monitor how many MBs are being downloaded from the internet
    for both computers so that we know if we are getting close to our limit.
    I tried a couple of free trial software out there but the problem is that
    they also add the MBs of data transferred from one computer to the other. I
    only want to know how much is being downloaded from the internet alone.

    Anyone know of a program or two that I could choose from?

    My router and Adapter are from Siemens. I tried installing the "PRTG Traffic
    Grapher 4" from paessler.com but I am not sure if my router supports SNMP (I
    searched the router's user's manual for snmp and got no hits). I am new to
    the whole networking topic and don't know my way around too well. Any
    suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
    AM, Jun 3, 2005
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