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Thread: Monitoring and Logging Bandwidth usage in Windows Server 2003...?

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    Hey all,

    Like the title says, i want to know if you know how to do this.

    thanks,
    donvito



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    Have you ever heard of a program called DU meter? It just basically keeps track of total upload and download traffic on the machine its running on, and you can use it to view daily/weekly/monthly useage, estimates of usage into the future based on the history of usage, ect. you can get a free trial version of it, but it only lasts so long. You gotta either buy the normal version then or look for a "special version" or a method to make it a "special version"

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    cool, exactly what i was looking for, thanks bud.

    donvito



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    No problem!

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    I purchased DUMeter way back in 2001, but even the latest version 4 isn't as feature-packed as BWMeter is. I now use BWMeter.

    One problem with BWMeter, however, is that on my P4-D 2.8GHz, downloading at 2MB/sec (Mbytes, not Mbits) makes BWMeter use about 30% CPU. It gets the IP addresses from all packets so you can do custom graphs & statistics; presumably its code for that isn't particularly optimized.

    http://www.desksoft.com/BWMeter.htm

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