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Well you might try looking into a different router with better logging capabilities perhaps. Maybe a Tomato or DD-WRT based version of one, and or one that supports it out of the box. I couldn't recommend one though as I don't have any experience with high end routers outside of small businesses.
    
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Originally Posted by herkalurk View Post

there are windows based apps that will in real time record data, you should google it. I had one on a trial for a while but haven't ever had a reason to keep it around.

Thanks, do you remember the name of that specific program? The one I'm trying out now is called "Bandwidth Monitor" from bwmonitor.com, Seems to show data transfer amounts and times, I was hoping it would magically log where the data goes. Other than that it seems golden.
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Well you might try looking into a different router with better logging capabilities perhaps. Maybe a Tomato or DD-WRT based version of one, and or one that supports it out of the box. I couldn't recommend one though as I don't have any experience with high end routers outside of small businesses.

I'm going to look into that, I'll need to research to purchase a DOCSIS 3 modem, and purchase a router separately, since I'm using an 'all-in-one' modem-router that is not compatible with anything in the world. Thanks!
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