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Monitoring Bandwidth

Discussion in 'Techno-Magic' started by teekc, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. teekc Gems: 23/31
    Latest gem: Black Opal

    Nov 6, 2002
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    i need to see what uses how many, so i found this free "Bandwidth Controller". The problem, i can't set it up correctly.

    Here's the Error Message is the address to my router. i know the user name and password, so i think there is no problem to these 3.

    So i would think is the problem of the 3 ports that is mentioned. So i tried to config firewall. 2TCP, 1UDP according to what it says in the error message. i even added another exception to the program itself. It still doesn't work.

    So, i went to port forwarding, that failed too.

    So, i came here. Suggestions guys, i need you.
    and if you have a better, free, easy to configure bandwidth monitoring program, enlighten me please.
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