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Bandwidth Monitoring Software

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#1 Desion


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Posted 20 January 2010 - 07:54 PM

Hi. I am looking for some software to install on my home network (whether it be installed on router or all computers) that will help me monitor my network and limit how much can be Downloaded in a 24-hour period everyday. I have 4 computers that use my network.

I have satellite internet, so, all users who use the same internet as me go through the same satellite in space and share the bandwidth. So, my ISP uses FAP (fair access policy) which limits downloading 200MB (every 24 hour period) per day to my network.

We have been going past this limit quite seldom and so now i am looking for some software which will both monitor and control how much bandwidth can be Downloaded each day. I found some useful software like this called Networx but it only monitors, not control. I need the software to like disable internet connection upon a download limit set by the program [example], or something like that. I think you get my drift, thanks in advance!

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