How to track uploads/downloads (bytes)?

vishalrao

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Hi,Do you know of a simple way (some tool) to keep a track of all downloads and uploads bytes? Some kind of meter/accounter, so I don't get a rude shock and huge bill when I cross the limit (after Jun) - WinXP and Linux userIs there a BSNL website where you can "log on" to your account (not email) to get status information?I'm thinking of suggesting this to the BSNL people but I doubt they will be able to get anything done...Thanks
 

vishalrao

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hehei meant they might not be able to impliment some new stuff if one customer asks for it 8-P
 


bugatti

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I'm not tracking the d/l u/l bytes because I am scared of bsnl or so..
I'm tracking it to see how fast and how much I can d/l with my connection. I've completed d/ling some 350MB in the past few hours.

I've used DU meter since 2000. Nothing comes close to it in functionality. Install the demo and you'll see.. http://www.dumeter.com/
 

Sushubh

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thats the data transfer happening through the network card :p
 


Hulo

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No. This logs in to the webmail account. The BSNL Portal is at http://10.240.43.216/webLogin.jsp where you can change the p@$$word and check out the timing of your login / logout etc. But it does not show the amount of data transferred so far. I guess, it will do so soon.
 

quadramble

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Originally posted by vishalrao@Mar 3 2005, 01:18 PM
Hi,

Do you know of a simple way (some tool) to keep a track of all downloads and uploads bytes? Some kind of meter/accounter, so I don't get a rude shock and huge bill when I cross the limit (after Jun) - WinXP and Linux user

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