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Hey guys,

Got a DLink 825 replacing a (dying, I think) Dlink 655.

Is there a way I can have a program constantly monitoring every computer's bandwidth as it goes in and out?

Basically want to see who is using the most bandwidth, either real time or logged.
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Hey guys,

Got a DLink 825 replacing a (dying, I think) Dlink 655.

Is there a way I can have a program constantly monitoring every computer's bandwidth as it goes in and out?

Basically want to see who is using the most bandwidth, either real time or logged.

WhatPulse can track bandwidth. Just set up a different PC name for each client. Link

The client will need to be on each system though.

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If you have the B1 revision of the DIR-825 maybe check this out.
http://www.gargoyle-router.com/index.php

Does per IP bandwidth monitoring with graphs, and etc.


Got it on my WNDR3700v2 and it's been great so far.

You can also check it out via my Gallery.
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If you have the B1 revision of the DIR-825 maybe check this out.
http://www.gargoyle-router.com/index.php

Does per IP bandwidth monitoring with graphs, and etc.


Got it on my WNDR3700v2 and it's been great so far.

You can also check it out via my Gallery.

That's exactly what I need, except hopefully on a more common firmware/type (DDWRT, Tomato, etc)
I can flash on my B1 revision
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That's exactly what I need, except hopefully on a more common firmware/type (DDWRT, Tomato, etc)
I can flash on my B1 revision

Well Gargoyle is based off OpenWRT which is pretty powerful itself.
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