Looking for a good monitering network program.

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LightingBird

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Looking for a piece of software that I can use on my home/home business network to watch certain things. What I am trying to do is monitor the amount of data downloaded from computers hooked up to my wireless network. The item being downloaded if possible and/or the total amount of bandwith they are pulling. Basically trying to spot network hogs. I currently use a linkskys router. Model number WRTP54G. Anyone know of any program that is good for these types of things?

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mfdc

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There are huge amounts of network monitoring packages, but like everything, you should be looking at paying money for a good package. Theres always SATAN, GFI Languard, (superb) DUDE (which is freeware), LanSpy,

A good source is www.snapfiles.com , look in the freeware section under network monitoring

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DJ-CHRIS

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mfdc said:
There are huge amounts of network monitoring packages, but like everything, you should be looking at paying money for a good package. Theres always SATAN, GFI Languard, (superb) DUDE (which is freeware), LanSpy,

A good source is www.snapfiles.com , look in the freeware section under network monitoring

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Those are not exactly what he's looking for.

I think he wants an SNMP based monitoring thing, such as solarwinds. This is something thats great and easy to use :)
 
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