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    Bandwith monitoring? Wireless monitoring?

    Is there anyway I can monitor the bandwith my pcs use through my router? a peice of software perhaps?
    Also because my Wireless lan isnt encrypted (getting there) is there anyway to monitor the pcs connected to it to look out for pikeys stealing bandwith?
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    for the connected to the wireless issue..

    open a command prompt / linux terminal.. whatever

    and type "arp -a" <- should do the job. showing u the ip and mac addresses u are currently or recently have had access to.
    To ensure u see all your computers ping each of your ip's in turn. Then run "arp -a"...

    Alternatively download GFILANGUARD.. this is teh sh*t. I guess it works for wireless networks too. It will scan your network and show EVERYTHING that is connected.. AND everything that is connecteds previous 3 sexual partners

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    Languard is good for scanning whats on the network, but it won't show you bandwidth being used.

    If your router supports the SNMP protocol, then grab a copy of this . The free version lets you monitor a single source, the professional one Multiple sources.

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