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Ank14

join:2008-01-04

Way to keep track of bandwidth?

Just wondering if there is a program that I can run on my computer that can tell me how much I have used in my teksavvy account? I know there is a online one, but just curious if there was something else that exists out there.


The Flash
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netmeter for free


PatrickO6

join:2008-01-12
Canada
reply to Ank14
Ummm, doesn't this do that?

»www.pppoe.ca/gig_check.asp

I found it on the Tools section of the TekSavvy website under "Check Monthly Bandwidth Usage!".

Or where you talking about something else?
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PatrickO

Ikarasu

join:2004-01-09
Port Coquitlam, BC
You could try: »Taskbar Usage Checker [RELEASED v1.1]

Haven't tested it out myself, since BC doesn't have a checker yet... but it looks promising, and made by a very own DSLR member

TheMG
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join:2007-09-04
Canada
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·NorthWest Tel
reply to PatrickO6
said by PatrickO6:

Ummm, doesn't this do that?

»www.pppoe.ca/gig_check.asp

I found it on the Tools section of the TekSavvy website under "Check Monthly Bandwidth Usage!".
You mean that's actually supposed to work???

It keeps greeting me with "No information exists." whenever I check.


Candoo3

join:2005-01-24
It did work twice for me back in December, but haven't tried it lately.


TSI Dave
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join:2007-04-25
canada
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Bear in mind that the usage is totaled when your internet sessions disconnect - so for a most accurate reading, disconnect from the net, reconnect, then check. One for our users out west is still in progress
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TSI Dave - TekSavvy Solutions Inc.

TheMG
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·NorthWest Tel
said by TSI Dave:

One for our users out west is still in progress
Ah that would explain it.