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BitMeter 2

#1
Probably the most useful bandwidth monitor I have found and its free! :D
You can also set ISP daily/monthly download limits and it will alert you when you reach them.

Check it out at:
http://codebox.no-ip.net/controller?page=bitmeter2

NEW VERSION:
3.4.0 [Released 04 Jan 2006]
  • Added Web Interface
  • 'Export to CSV' option added to Statistics Grids
  • Usability changes to 'Check for new version' screen
  • Added alternative icon set
  • Configurable Tray Icon caption
  • Redesigned Colour Selection screen
  • Added 'Hide Readout Area' option
  • Configurable Readout font sizes
  • Made tray icon click behaviour configurable
  • 'Copy Error Details' button now copies all errors, not just the current one
  • Bug fix for 'Float' option
  • Bug fix to validation in Settings screen
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Perris Calderon

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#2
looks neet...can monitor upload?

I know the government is going to be able to back door firewalls, I would like to monitor outgoing
 
#3
Yeh you can. Also you can start the "StopWatch" feature and it starts counting it all from then on.
Keeps minimal stats as well.
FREE registration too (not required)
 
#5
perris said:
looks neet...can monitor upload?

I know the government is going to be able to back door firewalls, I would like to monitor outgoing

You sound like you think they don't already? I would not bet my personal privacy on that assumption. They are already into network viruses installed in printer firmware and printer ID algorithms from a printed page.

I seem to remember reading something on firewalls also a while back. Usually when there is conjecture on something and all discussion ceases it means the 'national security screws" have been clamped down.
 

ming

OSNN Advanced
#9
ZeroHour said:
Well it can monitor your lan activity as well as the adsl dial up interface
adsl dial up interface?
how does it monitor the activities if people use a router to connect to the internet? i can't see anyway of monitoring such activities/bandwidth consumption unless the software is inside the router itself. the only thing that comes closes to it would be to have a dedicated machine that acts as a server to connect all the clients to the internet. :p
alternative to that would be the use of a managed switch.
 
#12
ming said:
adsl dial up interface?
how does it monitor the activities if people use a router to connect to the internet? i can't see anyway of monitoring such activities/bandwidth consumption unless the software is inside the router itself. the only thing that comes closes to it would be to have a dedicated machine that acts as a server to connect all the clients to the internet. :p
alternative to that would be the use of a managed switch.
Why not just monitor your pc's lan activity?

Thought you boys may like it :D been using it for months now. Was getting the new version and thought I would let the world know ;)
 

ming

OSNN Advanced
#13
ZeroHour said:
Why not just monitor your pc's lan activity?

Thought you boys may like it :D been using it for months now. Was getting the new version and thought I would let the world know ;)
Difficult to monitor 3-4 separate machines in different locations in the house, especially when I'm unaware of them being used. :)
 

SPeedY_B

I may actually be insane.
#16
Very nice, had previously been using NetStatLive from AnalogX (who make some quite nice networking apps, just for reference), will have to give this a go.

Though I'd still prefer something at router level to keep track of all machines. :)
 

rdavelambert

OSNN One Post Wonder
#18
Re: BitMeter 2 - Detects ISP Deep Packet Inspection?

I notice BitMeter showing a reduction in download speed about once every 8 seconds - Is this an indication of DPI action of my ISP?
Many thanks.
 

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